The announcement was made at a press conference held by the Trade Promotion Centre for Agriculture under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development in Hanoi on September 28. At the event, director of the Trade Promotion Centre for Agriculture Dao Van Ho said that the Seafood Product Fair, scheduled for October 6-10 in Hanoi, aims to maintain the sustainable development of production and consumption of Vietnam’s aquatic products, boost domestic trade promotion,expand domestic consumption markets, and attract greater investment to the seafood sector. Mr Ho noted that apart from pavilions introducing fresh seafood products, the fair will also exhibit equipment for seafood exploitation and processing, aquaculture, cattle feed and supporting services and products. The Vietnam Craft Village Trade Fair and international seminar on the ‘One commune one product’ slated for November 17-21 in Hanoi, will introduce craft village models and advertising the OCOP program for the 2018-2020 period. The fair is expected to help farm produce and handicraft businesses to fully tap markets for their products, encourage artisans’ creativity in order to improve product quality and develop Vietnam’s traditional crafts.