Dutch agency to boost Vietnam export

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Dutch agency to boost Vietnam export

A Dutch state agency has launched a three-year training programme to help fresh produce exporters in Ho Chi Minh City and four southern provinces increase exports to Europe

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The Center for the Promotion of Imports from Developing Countries aims to make 30 per cent of the fruits and vegetables grown in these regions suitable for export to the EU by 2010. The programme, which started this month, provides marketing and technical training.

Meanwhile, the Vietnamese government has earmarked 79,000ha across eight provinces in the Mekong Delta to develop grapefruit, orange, mango, durian, mangosteen, dragonfruit and star apple production for export. The area is expected to yield 590,000 tonnes of fruit worth US$40m by 2010. 

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