GOVT. ASKS PHD CHAMBER TO HOST EXHIBITIONS UNDER ITS MAI SCHEME-2015-16 TO PROMOTE MAKE IN INDIA ABROAD

GOVT. ASKS PHD CHAMBER TO HOST EXHIBITIONS UNDER ITS MAI SCHEME-2015-16 TO PROMOTE MAKE IN INDIA ABROAD

GOVT. ASKS PHD CHAMBER TO HOST EXHIBITIONS UNDER ITS MAI SCHEME-2015-16 TO PROMOTE MAKE IN INDIA ABROAD

 

No.PR-166
December 24, 2014
New Delhi
 

GOVT. ASKS PHD CHAMBER TO HOST EXHIBITIONS UNDER ITS MAI SCHEME-2015-16 TO PROMOTE MAKE IN INDIA ABROAD
 

The Ministry of Commerce and Industry has sanctioned eight international exhibitions to PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry under the government’s Market Access Initiatives (MAI) Scheme for fiscal 2015-16 to promote Make in India in countries such as Russia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, China, Nepal, Pakistan and Malaysia.
 

The Department of Commerce has asked the Chamber to set up an India Pavilion in aforesaid countries and lead a national level participation from India in these exhibitions to also promote B2B between the right stakeholders, beginning April 2015 to March 2016.
 

The newly elected President of the PHD Chamber Mr. Alok B Shriram said that the Chamber would exhibit and showcase India’s industrial strength and its potential at St. Petersburg, Russia in April 2015 in products such agri products, organic, footwear, hats, leather products, kids wear, toys, books, craftworks, jewellery, accessories, perfumery & cosmetics, gardener’s goods, household goods, outdoor activities goods, hunting & fishing goods, health products, food & beverages, tea & coffee, honey, cold drinks, linen clothes and footwear of modern design for the whole family, linen knitting, summer headwear, linen in interior and for kitchen, kerchiefs, wraps, bags, accessories for linen and knitting.
 

Likewise, India trade fair pavilion would be put up at Colombo, Sri Lanka in May 2015 in which products made in India of aforesaid nature would be promoted.  In June 2015, the PHD Chamber would showcase similar products in Dhaka, Bangladesh which would be followed by another such events in Beijing in China and Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia and Rawalpindi in Pakistan.
 

Mr. Shriram said that the Chamber would use and utilize all its expertise and experience to best showcase Indian products made out from MSMEs sector in the countries mentioned above and promote the Make in India to further deepen its external engagements.

 

ENDS

Koteshwar Prasad Dobhal
Consultant (PR)