The International Exhibition for Construction, Building Materials, Housing and Interior Decor (Vietbuild) got underway in Ho Chi Minh City, on July 4.
Choosing Chinese tiles at a store in District 10, Photo: Tuoi Tre
Jointly held by the Information Center, the Ministry of Construction and the AFC International Exhibition Joint Stock Company, the 2,200-stand exhibition has attracted over 800 businesses from 22 countries and territories.
The 5-day exhibition is an excellent opportunity for businesses to explore new markets and promote their products.
On addressing the opening ceremony, the Deputy Minister for Construction, Nguyen Tran Nam, said that Vietbuild 2012 is to help businesses look for investment as well as learn about new technologies used in the construction industry.
The exhibition will also hold seminars on new construction technologies and a ceremony to honor outstanding construction businesses.
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