Nearly 400 companies attend Food and Hotel Vietnam 2011

Nearly 400 companies attend Food and Hotel Vietnam 2011

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An international exhibition titled “Food and Hotel Vietnam 2011” opened at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Centre (SECC), HCM City on September 28.

The event attracted 373 companies from 30 nations and territories around the globe such as Australia, Belgium, Germany, the Republic of Korea, Singapore, the US and Poland.

On display at the exhibition were the latest technologies for the hotel industry, including products related to lighting, interior decoration, management systems, packaging, information and communications.

In addition, high quality products such as frozen goods, confectioneries, milk products and beverages were also introduced at the event.

Addressing the press conference after the opening ceremony, Director of Vietcham Expo Bui Thuc Anh expressed her hope that this will be a forum for businesses to share experiences and information to improve the quality of hotel services to keep up with international standards.

US Acting Under Secretary for Farm and Foreign Agricultural Services Michael Scuse expressed his belief that trade cooperation among the agricultural sectors of Vietnam and the US will further develop in the future.

The three-day event was co-organised by VCCI (Vietcham Expo) and Singapore Exhibition Services (SES) Limited. (Source: VOV)

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