Accordingly, the event is due to be held between March 30 and April 5 at Square 7/5. The fair is set to draw the participation of businesses from Laos, Thailand, and China.
On display across the 270 stalls at the event will be manufacturing and mechanical products, machinery and equipment for industrial and agricultural production, office equipment, and handicraft products.
The fair’s organising board has also devised a number of regulations for participating businesses to abide by and is determined to root out any fake goods and poor-quality products which might be displayed at the event.
Vu Hong Son, deputy director of the provincial department of Industry and Trade, said the fair aims to fully tap into the region’s socio-economic development potential, seek further investment opportunities, and expand trade with domestic provinces and localities from Laos, Thailand and Yunnan (China).