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Primorye and South Korean province will open pavilions for export

Primorye and South Korean province will open pavilions for export
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Primorsky Krai and the South Korean province of Kangwon open pavilions for the mutual promotion of export products. The parties signed an agreement. The creation of such presentation showcases will allow small and medium-sized exporting companies to enter the market.

According to the press service of the regional administration, coastal manufacturers will be helped in the delivery and presentation of product samples to the South Korean province. The first such pavilion in the region was opened at the My Business center in Vladivostok, where 50 samples of 12 products from Korean companies are presented. Among them are cosmetics, dried pollock and octopus, sweets, tea, shoes, medical equipment.

A similar pavilion will open in Wonju at the site of the Kangwon Province Business Development Agency in December. Applications for the presentation were submitted by 11 coastal companies producing honey, wild plants, cosmetics, mineral water, sweets, household chemicals.

The opening of shop windows is the first step towards the implementation of a long-term international project to support small exporting enterprises. The idea is that in Primorye, in Monogolia, South Korea, Japan and China, permanent platforms will appear where regional entrepreneurs could present their products.