Argentinian company begins tours to Viet Nam

May 28, 2006


BUENOS AIRES — A seminar to discuss potential travel tours throughout southeast Asia, and Viet Nam in particular, was held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with participation from nearly 50 travel agencies.

At the seminar, hosted by The Omega Travel Company of Argentina onTuesday, director Sergio Melman spoke highly of Viet Nam’s history and culture, as well as the tourism potential in Ha Long Bay, Ha Noi’s Old Quarter, the former imperial city of Hue, Hoi An, HCM City and the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta provinces.
They were also introduced Viet Nam’s traditional dress, the "ao dai" and a number of pictures of Viet Nam landscapes. The company will organise the second seminar on Viet Nam on May 31.

Third Made–in–Viet Nam fair to be held in Da Nang

DA NANG — The third Made–in–Viet Nam fair will open in the central city of Da Nang on Saturday, with the participation of 200 enterprises nationwide.

Co-organised by the Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Bac Ha Exhibition and Trade Co, the six-day fair will display industrial products, handicrafts, and food products in 280 pavilions.

Programmes to support Vietnamese enterprises in building and advertising their trademarks will also be held on the sidelines of the fair.

Trade through Lao Cai border gate nears $42.6m

LAO CAI — Import-export value across the Lao Cai border gate in the first four months of this year reached US$42.6 million, marking a modest increase of 3 per cent over the same time last year.

Imports contributed US$24 million to the total, accounting for 56 per cent of the total trade value and representing a 20 per cent decline year-on-year.

Key export products via the bordergate included cashews, fruit, iron ore, footwear and plastic goods. — VNS

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