Upcoming events in HCM City and southern provinces for Tết
Last year saw a lot of merger and acquisition (M&A) activities in the Vietnamese property sector, with transactions totalling US$1.5 billion and the participation of many major foreign players.
Nearly 1,000 “clean” agricultural and other speciality products and consumers goods are on display at the Green Market– Tết Consumer Products fair, which opened on February 8 at the Phú Thọ Stadium in HCM City’s District 11.
The third annual CEO Forum Mekong Connect, which focuses on developing the economy of the Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta and investment opportunities there, will be held in Bến Tre Province this month.
Deputy Minister of Science and Technology Phạm Đại Dương said the event would bring Vietnamese goods closer to consumers.
Ethnic minorities living in Cao Bằng and Lạng Sơn will get a chance to buy quality Vietnamese products at six trade fairs to be held in the two provinces starting on Wednesday.
The fair will host 130 enterprises with 200 booths showcasing thousands of food products with the high-quality Vietnamese goods logo
All enterprises should have equal access to city resources, regardless of size, type or industry, the deputy chairman of HCM City’s People’s Committee said.
Protection of intellectual property will be an essential factor to further innovation and economic growth of the country, an official with the Ministry of Science and Technology has said.
The annual Vietnamese High-Quality Products Fair opened yesterday in HCM City, featuring nearly 700 booths of over 200 exhibitors, including manufacturers of high-quality goods.