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    WikiFX Partners with Vietstock to Open Vietnamese Market

    Abstract:WikiFX recently established strategic partnership with Vietstock, one of the largest financial media in Vietnam. By deepening cooperation online and offline, the two partners aim to popularize forex education in Vietnam and promote local financial development and prosperity.
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      WikiFX recently established strategic partnership with Vietstock, one of the largest financial media in Vietnam. By deepening cooperation online and offline, the two partners aim to popularize forex education in Vietnam and promote local financial development and prosperity.

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      Building on profound analysis and research of the Vietnamese financial market, the partnership helps Vietstock to draw on WikiFX‘s forex expertise as a supplement, while allowing WikiFX to open up the Vietnamese market and carry out the company’s strategic blueprint in SE Asia by leveraging Vietstock‘s local influence in finance. Both sides can significantly benefit from each other’s complementary strength, reaching a win-win cooperation.

      1. Vietstock website adds WikiFXs search box for forex brokers

      WikiFX has been well-prepared to globalize its services, offering over 10 language streams for different countries and regions in WikiFX App. But besides such favorable conditions, to further open the market in a foreign country also requires the support from local media. In light of the new partnership, Vietstock will add WikiFXs search box for forex brokers on its website.

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    Vietstock’s official site

      Local users can find WikiFX‘s search box for forex broker on the homepage of Vietstock. They can easily look up a broker by inserting keywords, such as broker’s name, license number or website. The search box also enables Vietnamese investors to access WikiFXs other service in full dimension, such as forex industry news and exchange platform for both investors and brokers.

      2. Vietstock offers full support to WikiEXPO in HCMC

      On September 21st, 2019, WikiFX‘s offline exhibition brand WikiEXPO will host the Wiki Finance EXPO in Ho Chi Minh City(HCMC) at Windsor Hotel. Vietstock will fully support the exhibition by harnessing its advantages to increase media exposure of the event, while Vietstock’s CEO will also present a keynote speech during this forex celebration.

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      Through Vietstock‘s all-round report, the Wiki Finance EXPO will win more attention from local investors and well-established global forex brokers. This not only increases investor’s awareness of WikiFXs services and helps to enhance the forex environment by exposing illegal brokers, but also serves to boost local forex market by attracting well-established brokers to Vietnam to expand their business.

      In joining hands with Vietstock, WikiFX has taken another stride towards expanding its business on the SE Asian market, an step well-paved by previous preparations, such as the launch of WikiFX App (Vietnamese version) and establishment of WikiFXs Vietnam branch. Looking ahead, WikiFX will continue to root itself on the local market and expand its business to contribute to a thriving forex industry in Vietnam.

      WikiFX Vietnam timeline:

      March 12th, 2019 - WikiFX App (Vietnamese version) was launched;

      July 10th, 2019 - WikiFXs Vietnam branch established in HCMC;

      July 26th, 2019 - WikiFX and Vietstock entered strategic partnership

      September 21st, 2019 - Wiki Finance EXPO rolls out in HCMC, Vietnam

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      Please visit the link to register - https://www.wikiexpo.net/VietNam/index.html

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