Vietnam AutoExpo opens

21:36, June 09, 2010      

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With the latest models and techniques at the show, the sixth International Automobile and Supporting Industries Exhibition, or Vietnam AutoExpo 2010, opened here on Wednesday.

On an area of more than 10,000 square meters, the exhibition showcased a lot of means of transport including high quality autos, vans, buses, motorbikes, and automobile supporting industries.

Visitors to the expo can see various types of automobile products including the latest imported models from famous manufacturers such as Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep.

Speaking at the exhibition, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Nguyen Thanh Bien appreciated the achievements of the Vietnam's automotive industry in the past time.

Vietnam AutoExpo 2010 aimed to promote purchasing power and create opportunities for businesses to seek trading partners and boost cooperation, said Bien.

The event was jointly organized by the Institute of Policy and Strategy for Industry, the Vietnam Society of Automotive Engineers, and the C.I.S Vietnam Advertising and Exhibition company.

Vietnam AutoExpo 2010 is schedule to last until June 12.

Source: Xinhua


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