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Vietnam-Cambodia trade fair in Dak Nong

Vietnam-Cambodia trade fair in Dak Nong

VIETNAM NEWS/ANN: More than 100 businesses from 13 cities and provinces nationwide, and some others from Cambodia’s Mondulkiri province are displaying their products at the Vietnam-Cambodia international trade fair until December 19.

The fair, which opened in Gia Nghia town in Vietnam’s Central Highlands province of Dak Nong on Friday, accommodates 300 booths introducing achievements in industry, agriculture and trade.

Apart from local specialties, the fair also showcases scientific and technological products and achievements, along with machines and equipment in service of production in different spheres.

It also has several booths featuring socio-economic achievements Dak Nong has recorded since the province was established 15 years ago.

During the fair, domestic and foreign businesses are expected to sign contracts and engage in trade promotion activities held by the host province.

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