In Briefs (03-12-2009) US consul promotes food brands HCM CITY—– US Consul General in HCM City Kenneth Fairfax yesterday promoted famous American food brands to Vietnamese professionals at the ongoing "US Food&Wine Discovery" event. More than 150 key customers from Western restaurants, hotels and Vietnamese eateries attended the event hosted by wholesale supermarket chain Metro Cash&Carry in its District 2 outlet. The two-week event (from November 26 to December 9) is being held to promote new US meat and poultry brands imported by Metro’s wholesale centres. HCM City hosts trade expo HCM CITY — The seventh Viet Nam International Trade Expo 2009, which opened yesterday, provides local and foreign companies an opportunity to promote their imports and exports and sign major contracts. According to the organisers, the expo has attracted more than 300 booths of leading companies from 12 countries and territories such as South Korea, China, Malaysia, … [Read more...] about US consul promotes food brands
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HCM CITY — The latest developments in technology and equipment for the woodworking industry are on display at the Viet Nam International Woodworking Industry Fair that opened yesterday in HCM City. Being held at the Sai Gon Convention and Exhibition Centre in District 7 until October 15, the biennial exhibition has attracted more than 250 exhibitors from 19 countries and territories, including China, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, the US, and Viet Nam. Building exhibition in Can Tho CAN THO — The third international Vietbuild exhibition opened in the southern city of Can Tho yesterday, displaying building materials, real estate, and interior and exterior designs. The event has drawn 300 enterprises from South Korea, Japan, Indonesia, China, Germany, Italy, Thailand, Malaysia and Viet Nam. The exhibition will run until October 16. Lao Cai to host China trade fair LAO CAI — The 11th annual Viet Nam-China International … [Read more...] about Wood products industry expo opens
HA NOI — The Ha Noi Department of Industry and Trade named 20 official golden selling points to take part in the city's promotion month in November. Trade centres and supermarkets such as the Metro Wholesale Centre, the Parkson Trade Centre and the Fivimart Supermarket were all included in the list. As planned, on November 12 and 13, gold will be sold at 20 to 50 per cent discounts and at 15 to 20 per cent cuts during the remaining days of the month. Nealy half of fertiliser imports come from China HA NOI — Viet Nam imported 1.1 million tonnes of fertiliser from mainland China in the first eight months of this year, accounting for 45.3 per cent of the total nationwide figure, according to the customs office. The Chinese imports cost US$452.6 million, contributing $1 billion to the total fertiliser import value, an increase of 66.16 per cent compared with the same period last year.Fertiliser, including DAP, urea and SA nitrogenous products, were mainly imported via the Lao … [Read more...] about Ha Noi golden promotion selling points named
VietNamNet Bridge - As a girl just wonders "Love is pain but it is great loss without love" so how should she do. The issue is which way that she "loves" to earn "profit" not to get loss from “love,” Dr. Nguyen Thi Dung said. It is similar for the trade relations between Vietnam and China. Identifying China as trade partner Finding a sustainable path for Vietnam-China trade Vietnamese businesses must know how to “play” with China Ms. Vu Kim Hanh - Chair of the Association of High Quality Businesses, Director of the Business Research and Enterprise Support Center: "A lot of Thai businesses participated in trade fairs in China. They joined together to make a "common house of Thailand" to introduce Thai goods to Chinese customers. Vietnamese businesses opened several stalls introducing fine-art wood products, which could not help promote Vietnamese brands in China." Dr. Nguyen Nha - a well-known … [Read more...] about How to “play” with China for mutual benefit?
Britain's shock vote to leave the European Union could derail a raft of financial services projects agreed between China and the United Kingdom, which for years has marketed itself to Beijing as its best economic and financial friend in Europe. The "Leave" camp clinched 52 percent of the vote at this week's referendum on whether the UK should remain a member of the EU, confounding traders and bookmakers who had expected Britons would opt to stay and sparking turmoil in global markets. Britain now faces a long period of uncertainty, as the government begins an two-year process to renegotiate its relationship with the EU, which allows goods and services to be freely traded within the bloc. Friday's result also threatens to redefine Britain's growing financial services relationship with China, which has agreed to a number of joint projects as part of the China-UK Economic and Financial Dialogue (EFD) program to deepen economic ties between the two counties, based largely on the UK's … [Read more...] about Brexit puts UK-China financial services linkages at risk