The southern city of Can Tho will host an exhibition on 10 years of development in the Mekong Delta in April 2012, along with the 37th anniversary celebration of the total liberation of Southern Vietnam.
This information was released at a December 12 press briefing held by the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee, in collaboration with the Southwest Region Steering Committee and the Vietnam Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Industry and Trade (VietinBank).
Addressing the press briefing, Deputy Prime Minister Vu Van Ninh, Head of the Southwest Region Steering Committee, said this will be a major event highlighting the development and achievements recorded by the Mekong Delta region over the past ten years, and calling for more investment to ensure sustainable growth in the region.
The exhibition will offer a good opportunity for organizations, businesses and investors to promote their trademarks, products and operational capacity in a variety of fields.
The event is expected to have 500-700 stalls featuring the region’s culture and beauty and introducing its major projects with the aim of boosting the Mekong Delta’s deep integration and sustainable development.
A series of events will also be held during the April 27-May 1 exhibition, including conferences on connectivity for sustainable agricultural development and on promoting investment and development, as well as a seminar on developing the credit market and banking services in the Mekong Delta region.
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