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|A business-to-business discussion was conducted to study difficulties, advantages, and recommendations of Vietnamese firms. (Photo: VNA)|
The function was jointly held by the Russia-Vietnam friendship association and the export promotion centre of Russia’s Kalyga Oblast.
A business-to-business discussion was conducted to study difficulties, advantages, and recommendations of Vietnamese firms.
Afterwards, Vietnamese enterprises visited manufacturing plants in Russia.
Twenty-five Russian businesses registered to join trade promotion with Vietnamese counterparts in various fields such as food, fertiliser, and equipment manufacturing.
With a developed economy, Kaluga has attracted many investors, Marina Tumanova, an expert from the Kaluga export promotion centre said.
She added that the centre prepared a list of Russian partners for the Vietnamese side to select.
The direction of promotion this time is made-in-Russia food, agricultural equipment, and fertiliser, she noted.