The joint venture between the country’s leading retailer Saigon Co.op and Singapore’s NTUC FairPrice on January 25 opened its third hypermarket in the country in HCM City. (Photo: VNA)

HCM City (VNA)
- The joint venture between the country’s leading retailer Saigon Co.op and Singapore’s NTUC FairPrice has opened its third hypermarket in the country in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 10.

The 6,500sq.m Co.opXtra Van Hanh cost nearly 96 billion VND (4.2 million USD) and stocks more than 50,000 items.

Besides fresh and industrial foods, cosmetics, household utensils and textiles, it also sells electronic products, sports equipment, vehicles, and stationery.

Besides Vietnamese high-quality products, the store also has more than 10,000 items imported from Singapore, the Republic of Korea, Japan, the US, the EU, Australia, and New Zealand.

To mark the opening, Co.opXtra Van Hanh is offering discounts of up to 50 percent on thousands of essential items until February 2.

Besides, customers with bills worth at least 300,000 VND will enter a lucky draw offering prizes such as a Honda SH scooter, an Iphone X, a Sony 49” TV and others.-VNA