Russian locality hopes to boost trade ties with Vietnam

Update: 07:27 | 18/10/2020
The Udmurtia Republic, a federal subject of Russia, is planning a webinar on November 17 to promote its export and investment potential to Vietnamese businesses and agencies.
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Russian locality hopes to boost trade ties with Vietnam. (Source: VNA)

A press release of the republic’s government said Udmurtia has high hope for cooperation with Vietnam. The webinar, entitled Udmurtia Calling, is part of a series of similar events which have already been held in Germany and Italy.

The press release emphasized that Vietnam is among potential markets for Udmurtia’s food products, beverage, agricultural materials, chemicals and light industry products.

At the webinar, Udmurtia authorities will select Vietnamese partners to attend B2B events with its enterprises, which will be held in November and December.

Businesses can register for the webinar at the website madeinudmurtia.ru before October 20.

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(Source: VNA)