Walmart wants to widen range of Vietnamese goods in its stores

Vietnamese products continue to attract foreign retailers and recently representatives of Walmart were in Vietnam to explore opportunities to expand its network of Vietnamese suppliers.

According to ITTO, Walmart executives participated in a workshop “Enhancing participation of Vietnamese enterprises in global distribution networks” chaired by the Minister of Industry and Trade.

The workshop was informed that Walmart now has stores in 28 countries with total turnover of over US$500 billion 2018 and the stores are visited by an average of nearly 270 million people per week.

To meet consumer demands Walmart reported that it wants to widen the range of Vietnamese goods in its stores and is willing to provide technical assistance, capacity building, productivity improvement and advice on legal compliance for the various markets.