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Nov 06, 2021 / 17:24

Hanoi to honor favorite Vietnamese products and services 2021 on November 10

The 2021 "Favorite Vietnamese Goods" voting event is expected to aid Hanoi's economic recovery.

More than 200 out of 271 products and services will be honored for the favorite Vietnamese goods 2021 at a award ceremony held on November 10, in conjunction with the opening of the Hanoi's Sale Promotion Program.

 An overview of the event on November 2. HNT Photo
The favorite goods of 150 enterprises in 18 categories were recognized by the Hanoi Steering Committee for the Campaign on "Vietnamese people prioritize using Vietnamese goods”.

Tran Thi Phuong Lan, Acting Director of the Hanoi Department of Industry and Trade, announced the results of the program at a recent press conference on November 2. This was the 12th year of the event.

This year, the number of firms participating in the program increased by 6.5% while the number of enterprises meeting criteria rose by 45.6% and the number of participating products and services was 43.4% higher than the previous edition.

The program received nearly 132,000 online votes, a year-on year-increase of nearly 159%, and about 120,000 votes in residential areas and shopping centers, a rise of 4.1% over 2020.

Nguyen Lan Huong, Chairwoman of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee in Hanoi, stated that the 2021 "Favorite Vietnamese Goods" program has contributed to the restoration and development of the Hanoi economy, while also helping authorities seek enterprises who are capable of producing key industrial products.

“The vote results are the outcome of consumers' trust and love, which provides a solid basis and support for enterprises to continue to innovate production and business," she underlined.