150 booths of Hanoi major products introduced at Tay Ho art and cuisine culture space (15:12 20/05/2020)
Following the plan, Hanoi would hold promotional event to promote cultural OCOP of provinces and cities in walking streets of Hanoi.
This would include OCOP products from the northern region, Red river delta, central and highland region, and southern region.
Meanwhile, Hanoi would also introduce specialties from countries, such as Laos, Thailand, or Japan, among others, aiming at helping them to find Vietnamese buyers and boosting trade.
Organizers are expected to hold 150 booths during the five-day event, which is located at the Tay Ho district art and cuisine culture space, or Trinh Cong Son walking street.
Meanwhile, the city also conduct survey and select potential points of sales to promote OCOP products, for which five potential locations are Van Phuc ward (Ha Dong district), Bat Trang commune (Gia Lam district), Sai Son commune (Quoc Oai district), Duong Lam commune (Son Tay district).
Hanoi plans to organize goods supply - demand connection program to promote OCOP products.
The municipal People’s Committee assigned the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development to cooperate with related agencies in implementing the OCOP program in 2020 efficiently and in compliance with the laws.
This would be an opportunity to promote OCOP related to craft village and agricultural tourism in Hanoi.