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Simple materials such as rattan, bamboo and sedge at the hands of Tran Van Hung can be turned into beautiful, sophisticated handbags, favored in Vietnam and the world market.
Many agricultural by-products, such as banana peels, straw, water hyacinth stalks, areca sheaths and bagasse, are valuable and can be reused instead of thrown away.
The EU-Vietnam FTA (EVFTA) is expected to bring more opportunities to Vietnam’s enterprises to export products to the EU. However, it will be not easy for handicraft producers to obtain bigger market share there.
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A collection of 20 linen dresses painted with an image of a kissing couple is on display in Hanoi by Austrian-Vietnamese painter Duong Thu Phuong.
The first Vietnam Market in Malaysia with 200 pavilions is scheduled to open in March 2020.
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In the memories of many Hanoians’ generation, Lo Ren street in Hoan Kiem District houses many forging furnaces.