Virtual exhibitions introduce Vietnamese products to Australians

The Vietnamese Trade Office in Australia is running a series of virtual exhibitions displaying key products of Viet Nam between December 10 and 31 in a bid to boost exports next year.
Virtual exhibitions introduce Vietnamese products to Australians
A screenshot of the online platform for the exhibition of Vietnamese goods in Australia, at

The sourcing expos feature 350 stalls showcasing a range of goods classified into different sectors, such as garment-textile, footwear, farm produce, seafood, and woodwork products.

The event will continue in January next year on the website

A representative of the trade office said as the pandemic affects supply activities, the application of IT serving trade promotion will help ease travel barriers and support Vietnamese and Australian firms in expanding their partnership and networking.

According to the General Department of Viet Nam Customs, in the first 11 months of 2021, trade between Viet Nam and Australia neared 11.18 billion USD, up 50.23 percent year-on-year. Of the sum, the value of Viet Nam’s shipments to Australia exceeded 3.97 billion USD, with growth recorded for many key export earners such as apparel, footwear, aquatic products, farm produce, and rice.

The trade office has promoted many frozen agricultural products of Viet Nam, like durian, coconuts, dracontomelon, and ginger, with positive feedback from Australian consumers.

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(Source: VNA)