Vietnamese food producers need to improve quality, adopt international standards and overcome trade barriers in other countries to boost exports, the Vietnam Food Forum heard in HCM City on November 13.
Besides its outstanding potential, the recent development of Phú Quốc also reveals its shortcomings. It is also a challenge for local leaders to take tourism here to a new level.
The northern border province of Lạng Sơn plans to sign memorandums of understanding on more than 100 projects worth nearly VNĐ80 trillion (US$3.43 billion) at the upcoming investment promotion conference to be held here later this month.
Phú Quốc, with its great potential, coupled with the entry of pioneering investors, is growing rapidly, in line with the Government's vision, turning into a world-class tourist paradise.