Kang Ho-dong, Chairman of the National Agricultural Cooperative Federation, discussed agricultural development in both countries with the Vietnam Cooperative Federation.

Published May 27, 2024

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Chairman Kang Ho-dong of South Korea's National Agricultural Cooperative Federation has met with the Vietnam Cooperative Alliance (VCA) to explore ways to enhance agricultural cooperation between the two nations. The discussions encompassed the implementation of the organic value chain in Vietnam's agricultural sector, as well as the possibility of sending Vietnamese seasonal workers to Korea for training. Kang pledged to boost cooperation between Korean and Vietnamese cooperatives, with an aim to increase exports of South Korean agricultural products to Vietnam.
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(Seoul = Yonhap News) Reporter Park Sang-don = Chairman Kang Ho-dong of the National Agricultural Cooperative Federation met with Vietnam Cooperative Alliance (VCA) Chairman Cao Xuan Thu Ven and others at the main building in Jung-gu on the 24th and discussed ways to develop agriculture in the two countries and expand cooperation projects between the two organizations. It was announced on the 26th that the discussion was held. Chairman Two Burn requested expansion of training for VCA executives and employees so that they can apply the organic value chain from production, processing, distribution, and sales of agricultural products, which is the development model of Korea Agricultural Cooperatives, to Vietnam, and sent Vietnamese seasonal workers to Korea. He expressed his desire for improvement and expansion through cooperation between the two cities. Chairman Kang said, “Nonghyup will serve as a faithful bridge for the economic development of both countries by strengthening ...
Source: Yna
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