Vietnam firms attend sixth India International Silk Fair

Update: 15:07 | 17/10/2018

More than 20 Vietnamese enterprises are showcasing their products at the sixth India International Silk Fair, which opened in New Delhi on October 16.

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The three-day event allows Vietnamese firms in the garment and textile and interior decoration sectors to seek partners, expand markets and learn about new technology and techniques.

Vietnam firms, India International Silk Fair, Vietnamese enterprises, New Delhi, three-day event, garment and textile, silk producers

Vietnamese Ambassador to India Pham Sanh Chau (second from right) visits sixth India International Silk Fair (Photo: VNA).

It gathers 120 leading Indian silk producers and 250 foreign businesses from across the world.

Along with showcasing silk and silk blended garments, fabrics, accessories and carpets, the fair also features business meetings, a fashion show and workshops.

The organizing board expects to welcome about 10,000 visitors during the event.

 

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Source: NDO/VNA

 
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