Japan to import more Vietnamese fruits

Fruits and coffee were promoted at the Vietnam Festival 2018 in Tokyo as Japanese businesses plan to import more agricultural products from Vietnam in addition to dragon fruit, mango, and banana.

The festival took place on Saturday and Sunday to mark 45 years of bilateral diplomatic ties. It takes only 6 days to ship Vietnamese fruits to Japan, helping to secure their freshness. Negotiations on lychee export to Japan are underway. Japanese importers have also showed an interest in Vietnamese longan, rambutan, and mangosteen. The Vietnam festival was first held in Japan in 2008. This year’s event attracted an estimated 150,000 visitors.

Source: VOV5

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