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VN-China trade fair to open in Lang Son

The Viet Nam-China international trade fair will take place in the northern border province of L?ng S?n from October 30 to November 7, according to its organising board.

The event is expected to feature about 300 booths, including 250 booths from domestic enterprises and 20 Chinese booths.

Nguyen Cong Truong, vice chairman of Lang Son People’s Committee, said the trade fair would be a place for promoting trade; exchanging experiences; displaying products; purchasing and selling goods and services; performing culture and art; trading and signing commercial contracts.

This is a significant export-oriented trade promotion event within the framework of the National Trade Promotion Programme in 2018 in order to link Lang Son market with the whole country as well as connect the domestic market and the Chinese market.

The Viet Nam-China international trade fair will also help promote trade activities in Lang Son Province, support enterprises to boost production and business, develop markets, seek partners, marketing products; thereby creating opportunities for trade between Vietnamese and Chinese enterprises to co-invest and develop, Truong added.

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