The event will mark 10 years since the start of the Vietnamese people using Vietnamese goods campaign.
Details of the exhibition were unveiled during a meeting of the Hanoi Party Committee's Commission of Communication and Education on May 21.
At the meeting, Nguyen Anh Tuan, vice chairman of Vietnam Fatherland Front said industrial and agricultural products will be on display at the event, in addition to handicrafts, garments and textiles, consumer goods, household utensils, and tourism products.
A section of the exhibition is to be set up specifically to introduce Hanoians to the achievements and landmarks attained during the 10 years since the start of the Vietnamese people using Vietnamese goods campaign
Tuan noted that over the past ten years, the campaign has helped raise consumers’ awareness about purchasing Vietnamese goods, facilitate the development of Vietnamese businesses, and contribute to the city’s economic development and stability.
He also underscored the importance of spreading more information to consumers about high quality Vietnamese goods and the fight against counterfeit products.
He noted that the city plans to accelerate the development of infrastructure to assist businesses in introducing their goods to both urban and rural areas, removing hurdles for businesses, and boosting industrial and trade development within the city.