PM attends Vietnamese Goods Week in Thailand

During the official visit to Thailand, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and Viet Nam’s high-ranking delegation yesterday attended and cut the ribbon opening the second Vietnamese Goods Week in Thailand.

Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc and Việt Nam’s high-ranking delegation yesterday attended and cut the ribbon opening the second Vietnamese Goods Week in Thailand.– Photo nongnghiep.

Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc and Việt Nam’s high-ranking delegation yesterday attended and cut the ribbon opening the second Vietnamese Goods Week in Thailand.– Photo nongnghiep.

The four-day event, which takes place at the Central Plaza Ladprao in Bangkok, attracted more than 40 Vietnamese firms in industries of food, household goods, fashion, footwear, accessories and souvenirs.

This is an opportunity for Vietnamese manufacturers to directly approach and understand the needs of Thai consumers. It also helps Vietnamese firms to have more information and visions to enhance the exports to the potential Thai market.

Minister of Industry and Trade Trần Tuấn Anh said that the Vietnamese Goods Week in Thailand contributes to the sustainable growth of two-way trade between Việt Nam and Thailand. It is an important channel for introducing Vietnamese agricultural and food products to Thai consumers.

“Besides, the week also helps Vietnamese enterprises understand consumer tastes and requirements of quality standards so that they can improve their competitive capacity to be able to better exploit the Thai market in particular and the international market in general,” Anh said.


Vietnamnews reported from Bangkok.

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