CLV Development Triangle Area promotes trade, tourism
Update: Dec 18, 2017
A trade and tourism fair of the Cambodia-Laos-Viet Nam (CLV) Development Triangle Area was opened in the southern province of Binh Phuoc on December 16th.

Visitors at the event

The four-day event is part of the 11th meeting of the joint coordination committee of the area to strengthen the trilateral solidarity and traditional friendship.

It features 100 pavilions showcased by businesses from Cambodia, Laos and Viet Nam, including some localities in the southeastern region of Viet Nam.

The CLV Development Triangle Area was established in 1999, covering 13 provinces, including four of Cambodia, four of Laos and five of Viet Nam.

According to a representative from Viet Nam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade, the fair introduces typical products of the area and enables businesses to share experience, promote brands, and seek partners as well as expand economic cooperation exchanges between the three countries.

The host Binh Phuoc province has an excellent opportunity to introduce its potential and advantages to establish cooperative relations in development investment in the coming time.

Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Huynh Thi Hang said the event is expected to develop economic, trade and investment ties between Cambodia, Laos and Viet Nam, embrace links among enterprises, and accelerate production, trade of goods, and tourism growth in the region.