Viet Nam – China International Trade Fair 2011

Viet Nam – China International Trade Fair 2011

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The Vietnam – China International Trade Fair 2011 will take place from November 11-16 in Lao Cai province, The Northern border province of Vietnam.

The six-day fair themed “Cooperation – friendship for integration and development” expects to attract 300 enterprises showcasing goods at 700 pavilions , including 250 pavilions of Chinese businesses, according to Lao Cai center for Investment, Trade and Tourism Promotion.

Displays will include agricultural products, seafood, automobiles, machinery and equipment, electronics, clothing, footwear, furniture and handicrafts.

There will also be a signing of economic contract and a seminar on promoting trade and investment held as an aside to the fair.

The fair will offer provinces in the North-West advantageous opportunities to introduce projects seeking investment capital from Vietnamese – Chinese investors. This event will also enhance co-operation and foster economic development for provinces in the “Kunming - Lao Cai - Hanoi - Hai Phong” economic corridor.

The first Vietnam - China International Border Trade Fair was organised in 2001 in Lao Cai (Vietnam) and has been hosted alternately by Lao Cai (Viet Nam) and He Kou (China) every year since then. (Source: CPV)

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