Domestic and international customers are having a chance to get to know more about agricultural and fine arts products from all corners of the northern region, which are being showcased at a trade fair in Hanoi.

The fair, which opened on September 27 by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), drew the participation of over 100 enterprises.

On display at nearly 200 pavilions are a wide range of agricultural products typical for each locality such as tea, honey, fresh and processed fruits.

A wide diversity of handicraft and fine arts products from traditional villages is also highlighted at the event like stone ornaments, products made of rattan and sedge, high quality ceramic and silk products.

Addressing the event, Dao Van Ho, Director of MARD’s Agricultural Trade Promotion Centre, said that the fair will serve as a bridge connecting producers and traders, promoting trading in domestic market as well as export.

It also aims to honour the traditional craft villages, their products and craftsmen in preserving national identity and promoting the country’s images and people, Ho added.

The fair will run until October 1.-VNA