More Indian Companies to Explore Business Opportunities in Northwest China
    2012-06-19 00:37:53     Xinhua      Web Editor: dingxiaoxiao
More Indian companies will explore business opportunities in China, a senior official of Indian largest trade association said on Monday during a promoting campaign sponsored by Chinese Embassy and local government in northwest China.
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More Indian companies will explore business opportunities in China, a senior official of Indian largest trade association said on Monday during a promoting campaign sponsored by Chinese Embassy and local government in northwest China.

The second session of China-Eurasia Expo, to be held in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of northwest China, will provide a platform to display the competitive products from China and Eurasian countries and their investment policies and tourism environment, said Chen Jing, deputy secretary-general of the government of Xinjiang at the press conference.

As a platform to introduce Chinese companies and products, the organizer invites several trade associations , business and their leaders to attend the promotion conference. During the meeting , some Indian officials and entrepreneurs express their interests in seeking cooperation with their Chinese counterparts.

Mahesh C Naithani, Senior Advisor of ASSOCHAM (the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India), one of the apex trade associations of India, said "the Expo is unique, as it provide an opportunity for countries along the Silk Road to unite and develop their economy. I believe we can also find more Chinese business partners to invest in India."

If we can find more high-quality Chinese enterprises invest in India, it will promote exports to China and improve our employment, thus gradually fill the trade gap, said Naithani.

Naithan aslo said his association will convey to member companies the information obtained at the conference. He'll bring more companies to attend the Expo.

Deshendra Renjen, senior advisor of Pabarpur Business centre Software Technology Incubator Park, told to Xinhua that it is a great opportunity to expand his software business in China, and he hope he can find his Chinese partners in the forthcoming Expo. 

The China-Eurasia Expo is a new platform for economic and cultural exchanges and creates new opportunities to expand the mutual business. The first China-Eurasia attracted more than 20, 000 domestic business people and about 4,000 international purchasers, bagging a total value of 5.5 billion U.S. dollars.

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