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Christmas market is exciting in Hanoi
By Tuan Minh 16:44, 2014/12/18
The Xmas market has been bustling in every corner of the capital Hanoi, seeing a flood of made-in-Vietnam goods.

Up to 80 percent of eye-catching decorations such as pine trees, bells, wreath garlands, ball and star ornaments, reindeer figures, and Santa Claus costumes sold in Hang Ma, Hang Ngang and Luong Van Can streets are produced locally. 

New and beautiful designs made prices edge up by 10 to 15 percent over the previous year, according to the buyers. The Noel atmosphere is prevailing over supermarkets, hotels and trade centers like Big C, Vincom, Hilton Hanoi Opera, and Metropole Hanoi, which launched big promotional campaigns to draw customers. 

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