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Hanoi Gift Show 2020 to feature 400 pavilions

Up to 400 pavilions will be set up at Hanoi Gift Show 2020, scheduled for October 15-18, heard a press conference held by the Ministry of Industry and Trade on October 8.

The annual event is set to create a playground for handicraft businesses and makers, and promote connectivity between domestic and foreign firms in the industry.

Hanoi Gift Show 2020, 400 pavilions, annual event, handicraft businesses, domestic and foreign firms

International visitors tour pavilions at the 2019 Hanoi Gift Show.

Over the past eight years, the fair has attracted more than 1,950 enterprises and production facilities in Hanoi and 40 other cities and provinces, along with 5,200 importers and visitors from 45 countries and territories worldwide.

Notably, over 600 contracts, memoranda of understanding and cooperation agreements worth some 50 million USD have been reached during the show.

Hanoi Gift Show 2020 is expected to welcome more than 10,000 visitors.

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Source: NDO/VNA

Hanoi Gift Show 2020, 400 pavilions, annual event, handicraft businesses, domestic and foreign firms
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