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Cashews: Vietnam plans to strengthen trade relations with Africa

May 31, 2021 3:59 PM, Der AUDITOR
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HANOI/ALGIERS. At the 7th African Trade and Investment Forum in Algiers, intensive discussions took place, also between the Vietnamese ambassador and African delegates from various trade sectors. Cashew nut cultivation also played an important role.

Building and strengthening relationships

Last week, the 7th African Trade and Investment Forum, organised by the Arab-Africa Investment and Development Center, took place in Algeria with both on-site events and online conferences. The aim was to bring together participants from more than 600 companies in 35 countries under the motto "Made in Africa" to strengthen partnerships and forge important strategic relationships. Among others, a delegation from Vietnam was present, as the country has trade relations with numerous African countries. Vietnam's

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