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Vietnamese high-quality products rewarded   2009-02-19 - VietNamNet/VOV

As many as 350 out of 501 nominated businesses have been awarded the title “Vietnamese high-quality product” for the first consumer voting in 2009.


The results were released by the Saigon Tiep Thi (Saigon Marketing) newspaper on February 18 after a poll of 400 consumers and 20 experts from various agencies. The voters considered the origin of goods, the quality, intellectual property and environmental protection, as well as safeguarding of consumers and workers’ rights.


The market survey was aimed at finding out current consumer trends, with a focus on providing accurate information for consumers in a transparent manner.


The Government is calling upon consumers to purchase Vietnamese products to support domestic producers and increase consumption volumes. Hence, the award is a positive sign, showing that domestic businesses have won consumer trust thanks to a significant improvement in quality, design, price and services.

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