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September, 08 2012 09:20:00

Hundreds of stalls at farming fair

HAU GIANG – More than 200 stalls took part in the opening of this year's Hau Giang Agriculture Fair, held in the southern province's Vi Thanh City, yesterday.

The fair, orgainised by the province's Industry and Trade Department and Sai Gon Viet Trade Promotion Company at Hoa Binh Park, showcases the agricultural achievements of rural areas, specialities and product trademarks of southern provinces, and aims to increase regional trading activities.

The fair is divided into four areas, including an exhibition displaying Hau Giang's agricultural achievements, other provinces' agricultural products, consumer goods essential for rural farmers, and a seed trading area.

The fair ends on Septemter 12. – VNS

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