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Among Lai Chau's agricultural products, Lai Chau ginseng is set as a key crop. Illustration photo

The Vice Chairman of Lai Chau proposed that the Indian Embassy help connect cooperation between businesses of two sides in the fields of tourism, agriculture, mining, and education; and help Lai Chau to export its cinnamon products to the Indian market.

On the afternoon of November 8, Vice Chairman of Lai Chau Province - Mr. Ha Trong Hai welcomed the delegation of the Indian Embassy in Vietnam and the Indian Rare Earth Corporation, led by Mr. Subhash P.Gupta, Deputy Ambassador of India to Vietnam. 

At the meeting, Mr. Ha Trong Hai introduced the potential and strengths of Lai Chau province, emphasizing the potential for agricultural development, with over 9,400 hectares of tea, over 6,300 hectares of macadamia, and more than 10,000 hectares of cinnamon.

According to Hai, among Lai Chau province's agricultural products, the Lai Chau ginseng is being oriented as a key crop, which can bring high economic value to local farmers in the near future.

Besides, Lai Chau has majestic natural landscapes, fresh climate with mountain passes, terraced fields, hydroelectric lakes, natural hot mineral springs and many famous scenic spots..., which are favorable for tourism development.

The province also has great potential in minerals.

The Vice Chairman of Lai Chau province proposed that the Indian Embassy help connect cooperation between businesses of two sides in the fields of tourism, agriculture, mining, and education; and help Lai Chau to export its cinnamon products to the Indian market; give support and connection so that Indian businesses can transfer black tea processing technology to tea production and trading businesses in Lai Chau province.

Mr. Ha Trong Hai also introduced Lai Chau province's preferential investment policies and pledged to create favorable conditions and accompany Indian businesses to survey, invest and do long-term business cooperation in Lai Chau. He expressed the hope that cooperation between Lai Chau and Indian partners will have new developments in the future.

Emphasizing that Lai Chau has a lot of potential for cooperation, especially in the tea industry, cinnamon processing and tourism development, Deputy Ambassador Subhash P.Gupta affirmed that India always welcomes and is ready to support the business delegation of Lai Chau to advertise and promote tourism and trade investment.

Trung Vu