The Kampong Speu provincial Trade Fair 2019, held 60 km south-west of Phnom Penh, features nearly 100 booths run by Cambodian, Vietnamese and Thai businesses. Representing Vietnam to participate in the fair this year, roughly 10 enterprises from the Mekong Delta province of Vinh Long are introducing their high-quality products to local consumers, including textiles and garments, handicrafts, pharmaceuticals, construction materials, agricultural materials and plant varieties. Speaking to Nhan Dan Newspaper’s correspondents in Cambodia, Deputy Head of Vinh Long provincial Industry and Trade Department, Nguyen Van Con, said that this is the fifth time Vinh Long enterprises has attended Kampong Speu province’s annual trade fair, aiming to promote their goods and expand markets to facilitate business growth. The activity also aims to strengthen and develop the traditional solidarity relationship between the twinned localities, he added. Governor of Kampong Speu province, Vy Som Nang, affirmed that the participation of enterprises from Vinh Long province is a specific expression of the traditional solidarity and friendship between the authorities and the people of both locales. He also hailed Vietnamese businesses for bringing a variety of goods to the fair, helping local consumers to access quality goods produced in Vietnam. Held from March 21 to 25, the Kampong Speu annual trade fair offers a good opportunity for Cambodian businesses and their peers from neighbouring countries to strengthen cooperation and promote their products to consumers.