(VOV) - Around 70 small-and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) from Vietnam will take part in the 9th International Small and Medium Enterprises Fair (CISMEF 2012), scheduled to take place in Guangdong, China this September.
The event will focus on energy and environmental protection and is expected to attract a large number of Chinese companies, as well as nearly 4,000 businesses from 20 countries and territories around the world, that will display their products at 5,000 international standard pavilions.
Speaking on July 24 in Beijing at a press briefing for the fair, Vietnamese Trade counselor to China, Bui Huy Hoang, praised the event, saying it has greatly benefited to participants, including Vietnam.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade is cooperating with relevant agencies to boost dissemination information about the fair in Vietnam and abroad, he said.
The annual CISMEF is an excellent chance for SMEs in Vietnam and other countries to study the markets, seek investment opportunities and build partnerships, Hoang added. SMEs to create 4 million new jobs by 2015 Economists discuss ways to help SMEs