26/09/2014 09:52 GMT+7 Email Print Like 0

India seeks tourism, textiles, leather trade with Vietnam

Hanoi, September 26 (VNA) - A “Make in India” campaign launched by Indian Prime Minister Shri Narendra in New Delhi on September 25 was immediately felt in Hanaoi with the start of an India-Vietnam trade and investment programme.

The programme provides information about India's investment environment to national leaders, agencies and enterprises and encourages trade and investment co-operation, said Tran Quang Huy, Director General of the African and South-West Asian Markets Department of the Ministry of Trade and Commerce.

Preeti Saran, Indian Ambassador to Vietnam, said India hoped Vietnam would look to it not just for trade but also for investment. She said she had noticed the dynamism of Vietnam's economy and its successful investment in many parts of the world.

The ambassador expressed hope for a renewed focus on key sectors, including tourism, textiles, leather industry, garments and agriculture.
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