Posts by: aiai-india
February 26, 2014
Poland Invites Two-Way Flow of Joint Ventures, Foreign Investment and Knowledge Sharing with India

“Indo-Polish relationship has been characterized by goodwill and cooperation. Poland seeks to deepen economic and trade ties through two-way flow of joint ventures, foreign direct investments and sharing of knowledge and technical know-how”, said Mr. J.J. Singh, President, Indo Polish Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Poland during an[…]

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February 26, 2014
Mozambique seeks assistance from India towards economic development

“India and Mozambique enjoy close, friendly relations built upon traditional links dating back to pre-colonial period. As of date, the Indian economy has actively assisted Mozambique in its struggle towards economic development. Going forward, Mozambique invites Indian business community to develop its industrial base, the MSME sector, infrastructure,[…]

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February 26, 2014
Serbia extends invite to competitive Indian business participants says H.E. Mr. Jovan Mirilovic

“India and the Republic of Serbia have enjoyed good geo-political relations in the past years. Going forward, Serbia intends to build on the economic ties with the nation. We invite Indian business companies to invest in the sectors of energy, film industry, food production, machinery industry, tractor and[…]

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February 26, 2014
Currency Markets do not contribute to Rupee volatility says the National Stock Exchange

“India is a globalised economy. The policy decisions in the US, European Union and other emerging nations have bearing on the Indian economy as well. The gradually recovering US economy has threatened to taper its quantitative easing programme thereby causing flow of foreign capital from emerging markets to[…]

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India and Turkey to join hands towards trade augmentation says Melih Mehmet Recher

“The Turkish economy has set an ambitious trade target worth US$ 500 billion for 2023. The Turkish Exporters Assembly is working towards achieving the trade target by tapping its competitive engineering and technological sector. It may be noted here that India holds expertise in the IT and ICT[…]

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February 26, 2014
Cameroon looks forward to cooperation with Indian companies says Mr. Manga Laurent

“India and Cameroon enjoy cordial and friendly relations. The gradually developing Cameroonian economy seeks to undertake learning lessons from the rapidly growing Indian counterpart. Cameroon looks forward to deepen economic and trade ties with India by partnering with competent Indian companies in the sectors of civil engineering, mechanical[…]

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Bulgaria and India to complement mutual complementarities says Mrs. Anna Yaneva

“Bulgaria proposes to intensify bilateral trade and economic cooperation with India. The rapidly growing Indian economy is an important strategic partner in the Asian region for Bulgaria. Complementing mutual complementarities, Bulgaria seeks to invite Indian business community to its region as well”, said H.E. Mrs. Anna Yaneva, Deputy[…]

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February 26, 2014
India Canada Bilateral Trade Expected to Surpass US$ 15 billion by 2015

To explore the potential of joint cooperation, alliances and trade the Indo Canada Chamber of Commerce led a high level delegation from Canada to India by Mr. Naval Bajaj, President, Indo Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC). The interactive meeting held on 14 January, 2014, was organised jointly by[…]

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February 26, 2014
Proactive Political Leadership and Progressive Industrial Policy to Benefit India says Mr. Joseph Owen

“The Indian economy currently growing below 5% GDP has huge potential for probable development. However roadblocks in the form of fragile leadership, lack of competent governance and poor infrastructural facilities play hindrance. Proactive leadership, progressive industrial policy and a conducive investment climate will fast pace economic growth of[…]

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February 26, 2014
Meeting with Dy. High Commissioner of India in UK

At a meeting with H.E. Mr. Virander Paul, Dy. High Commissioner of UK  and Mr. M.P. Singh, First Secretary, High Commission  in UK to discuss promotion  of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) sector between India and UK and to seek valued support  for  MSMEs in  India for[…]

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