Dozens of Chinese enterprises have visited Vietnam’s Mekong Delta region in search of opportunities to expand their investments in the region as most of their projects have been mainly developed in Long An, Tien Giang, Hau Giang, and Ben Tre Provinces. Can Tho City on Tuesday hosted an event to connect over 30 Chinese enterprises with potential Mekong Delta-based partners. Speaking at the event, Nguyen Phuong Lam, director of the Can Tho branch of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said the Mekong Delta is Vietnam’s primary food and foodstuff production hub. Lam added that the Mekong Delta region had advantages in both agriculture and agricultural product processing, as well as newly-emerging sectors that match Chinese enterprises’ investment demand, such as energy, apparel, information technology, and logistics. He affirmed that the Chinese Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City will connect enterprises of the two countries so that they can better understand each other and enhance Chinese enterprises’ investment in Can Tho and the Mekong Delta region.