According to Mr. Pham Hong Thai, Deputy Chief of the Office of the Lai Chau Provincial People's Committee, on June 15, the People's Committee of Lai Chau province will coordinate with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to organize a conference to promote tea products. This conference will help push tea products into the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia markets through the online form with international demand points.
The conference will have about 100 national and international delegates from the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia.
This conference is an important event and an opportunity to support tea producing and trading enterprises of Lai Chau province to find new partners and solutions to promote the export of tea to the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia markets.
It is necessary to help businesses of Lai Chau province update information about the tea markets, especially by understanding the specific requirements of the region (hobbies, people's tastes, culture...), consequently orienting enterprises in producing and developing suitable and highly competitive products.
The conference will also help find solutions in the channel payment for the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asian markets.
At the conference, there will also be a display to promote and introduce the development potential in the fields, tea products, and typical OCOP products of Lai Chau province.
Translated by Hoang Duy
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