Businesses from provinces in the CLV Development Triangle Area and Vietnam’s south-eastern provinces assembled at the four-day event to showcase their socio-economic achievements and typical products across 100 pavilions.
The event offered participants a chance to exchange experiences, promote their brands, develop markets, and expand economic ties. It also allowed Binh Phuoc province to show off its potential and advantages for the development of cooperation ties in the future.
Huynh Thi Hang, vice chair of Binh Phuoc provincial People’s Committee, said the event is of economic, political, social, and cultural significance and aims to develop economic, trade, and investment ties throughout the CLV Development Triangle Area, enhance connectivity among businesses and streamline production, trade of goods, and trade and tourism growth in the region.
The CLV Development Triangle Area was established in 1999, consisting of 13 provinces; four in the east of Cambodia, four in the south of Laos, and five in Vietnam.