May 20, 2012 Vietnam Net Source: Tien phong
WORLD NEWS , Hanoi, VIETNAM
Hundreds of stalls at the Hang Da Trade Center have been left idle. The merchants here have given up business because of too few buyers. The food and vegetable stalls at Cua Nam Market have also been quiet.
Modern markets cannot attract merchants
Hanoian housewives go buying food and essential items for their families early in the morning, at 6-7 am. However, at the peak hours, the merchants at Hang Da market, were seen sitting grasping the knees and yawning rapidly. There were only several visitors, who asked the prices of food.
The scene was nearly the same on the afternoon of the same day. A lot of advertisement pieces on re-leasing the kiosks were hung on the wall.
The owner of Minh Hang embroidery shop said the business had never been so poor since the day the Hang Da market turned into the Hang Da Trade Center. She said she just wishes to make a modest profit.
Other merchants said they are looking for someone to re-lease the kiosks, because the current poor business performance cannot bring money to them.
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