VOV.VN - VietAd 2020, an annual international exhibition that showcases advertising technology, kicked off in Hanoi on June 26, seeing 300 businesses from 10 countries worldwide taking part.
The 2019 Hanoi International Plastic, Rubber, Printing, Packing Industry Exhibition opened in Hanoi on April 24, attracting 180 exhibitors from 10 countries and territories worldwide.
VOV.VN - More than 380 exhibitors from 11 countries and territories will showcase their products at an International Packaging and Printing Industry Exhibition (Vietnam Print Pack Foodtech 2018), which is set to take place in Ho Chi Minh City from August 29 to September 1.
VOV.VN - Thong Nhat (or Reunification) Park will host its 6th book fair on August 23-27, reports the Vietnam News Agency.
An exhibition on machinery for the packaging and printing industries as well as food technologies opened on October 12 in HCM City.
Double digit growth has caught the attention of foreign investors.
Vietnam's software giant FPT signed contracts with Toppan Printing Company Limited and Tokyo Shoseki Company Limited, two established companies in the field of printing and education in Japan.
The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has permitted the National Money Printing House (NMPH) to produce gold bars and gold souvenirs, according to the instructions of the bank's governor.
(VOV) - The 14th International Exhibition on Printing, Packaging & Labelling Technologies and the 14th International Food Processing Industry Exhibition opened at the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center (SECC) on October 22.
(VOV) - Vietnam’s coating industry has achieved significant results in production and investment over the past five years.
(VOV) - Vietnam and Laos signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in Vientiane on August 10 to strengthen cooperation in publishing.
An international exhibition on plastics, rubber, packaging, printing, food technologies and automation will be held in Ho Chi Minh City from September 3 to 6, bringing a good chance for local manufacturers to select the most suitable ones for their production.
One of two foreign-language schools that were sued by Tri Viet (First News) Publishing House in HCM City last year for pirating its TOEFL and TOEIC textbooks has issued a formal apology and paid compensation of VND380 million (US$18,095) to the publishing company.