The event will include exhibitions and other activities designed to promote trade, exchange and technology transfer, and build a network between domestic and overseas Vietnamese enterprises and Korean firms, said VIBAK President Tran Hai Linh.
The forum will also introduce projects and connect potential investors with domestic enterprises as well as create an opportunity for enhancing exchanges with top professionals and corporations from the RoK, Linh said.
Enterprises operating in the fields of agriculture, tourism, service, high tech, import-export and finance will join trade promotion activities and economic seminars.
Two-way trade between the nations has skyrocketed from a modest US$500 million in 1992 to U$60 billion in 2017 and approximately US$63 billion in the last 11 months of 2018.
Vietnam and the RoK aim to boost bilateral trade turnover to US$100 billion by 2020.
The RoK is now the biggest foreign investor in Vietnam with total direct investment reaching US$ 64.3 billion as of April 2019, accounting for 18.4 percent of the nation’s total foreign direct investment.