Jewellery expo sparkles in HCM City

More than 150,000 new designs in gold, diamond, pearls and precious stone jewelry, not to mention watches from 12 countries will be on display as the Viet Nam Jewelry Week 2010 opened in HCM City yesterday.

Organisers said the event offers a rare opportunity for foreign and domestic businesses to explore latest product designs and seek suppliers and buyers. It will help businesses expand operations and keep up with the latest trends in the world. Apart from hosts Viet Nam, firms from France, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Turkey, Thailand and the US are presenting their collection at the event.

Turkey is participating for the first time at the event with leading firms like Cetas Jewelery, Gulacti Kuyumculuk, Lara Kuyumculuk and Altinbas Mucevhera in attendance.

Orkun Yaman from Turkey’s ARPAS AS Co, one of the biggest gold jewelery suppliers in Viet Nam said his company is seeking new potential customers through this event.

Viet Nam is seen as a market with great potential for jewelery and watches.

A huge variety of diamonds and gemstones have been brought by big firms like Hong Kong’s Antwerp Classic Diamond, Japan’s Apple Green Diamond, US’s Diasource, India’s Kapu Gems and Hong Kong’s Sejal Gems.

The 6th International Jewelery and Watch Viet Nam will close on December 12 at the Tan Binh Exhibition and Convention Centre.

A similar week will be held in Ha Noi from Dec 16 to December 19. The event is organised by the VCCI Exhibition Service Co Ltd in collaboration with Hong Kong’s World Trade Fair Ltd.

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