A number of activities were held in Hanoi on September 27 to promote the capital's investment potential and strengthen trade between organisations, businesses, and investors.
The event was held by Hanoi Centre for Investment, Trade, and Tourism Promotion (HPA) in collaboration with the Hanoi Young Business Association.
As many as 100 businesses showcased their products, services, and outstanding technologies during the event, seeking business and investment opportunities with both domestic and foreign companies.
Le Tu Luc, deputy head of the HPA, said that the event was organised to introduce Hanoi's investment, trade and tourism promotion achievements, strengthening cooperation between international investors and businesses in Hanoi and the surrounding area.
"The HPA's organisation of this event not only helps businesses in Hanoi and the neighbouring provinces introduce their products, but also enables domestic and international businesses to connect and cooperate," he emphasised.
Over the past eight months, the city has attracted $2.34 billion worth of foreign investment, accounting for nearly 12.9 per cent of the country's total investment capital and increasing by 2.89 times over the same period in 2022. Investors from Japan, Singapore, South Korea, the United States, and the EU continue to operate large projects in the city.
They focus their investments on real estate, manufacturing and processing, construction, entertainment, accommodation, food and beverages, health, education, and more.
Bui Quang Minh, deputy head of the Hanoi Young Business Association, said that the programme was organised to demonstrate the strong support of the Hanoi authorities for the business community, expanding trade opportunities between local businesses and the whole country, and contributing to promoting the capital's socioeconomic development.
The event also highlighted the culture and attractive tourist destinations in Hanoi, thereby helping the tourism industry to flourish.
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