As part of a trade promotion, the Embassy of Vietnam in Argentina and the Argentinean Confederation of Medium Enterprises (CAME) jointly held a business workshop in the countryâ€™s capital city of Buenos Aires on July 25.
The delegation of Vietnamese firms visited the 2017 Argentina Agriculture Fair and the Pilar Industrial Park in Buenos Aires. The event saw the participation of 60 enterprises from the two nations.
Addressing the opening ceremony, CAME President Fabian Tarrio highlighted Vietnamâ€™s potential and room for trade exchanges between the two nations, expressing his hope that CAME will become a bridge to connect the two sidesâ€™ enterprises, contributing to raising their bilateral trade value.
Vietnamese Ambassador Dang Xuan Dung underlined the remarkable growth rate of 20 percent on average during 2012-2016 of the economicâ€“trade relations between Vietnam and Argentina since the Vietnam â€“ Argentina comprehensive partnership was established in 2010.
He noted that Argentina is one of the most important partners of Vietnam in Latin America.
According to the Ambassador, the 45th anniversary of the diplomatic ties in 2018 will be an important milestone in the long-term comprehensive cooperation between the two nations.
He suggested the two sides play a more active role in the Association of the Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the South Americaâ€™s Trade Bloc MERCOSUR, in order to help each other enter the market in those two regions.
Tran Duy Dong, Director of the America Market Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade said that Argentina is a potential market for Vietnamese key exports such as garment-textile, footwear, wood products, and handicraft.
Vietnam is also a promising market for Argentinean exporters, Dong said, expressing his hope Argentina will support the negotiation on a free trade agreement between Mercosur and Vietnam.
Argentinean firms expressed their interest in Vietnamâ€™s garment-textile products, coffee and electric bulbs.
Gustavo Martino from the Argentinean Foreign Ministry lauded the dynamic development of Vietnam, particularly in manufacturing, and said the two countriesâ€™ firms can connect with each other to bring their products to Asian and Latin American nations.
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