INDIAN & THAI BUSINESS EXECUTIVES HELD B2B SESSION HERE IN NEW DELHI UNDER AEGIS OF PHD CHAMBER & THAI EMBASSY

INDIAN & THAI BUSINESS EXECUTIVES HELD B2B SESSION HERE IN NEW DELHI UNDER AEGIS OF PHD CHAMBER & THAI EMBASSY

INDIAN & THAI BUSINESS EXECUTIVES HELD B2B SESSION HERE IN NEW DELHI UNDER AEGIS OF PHD CHAMBER & THAI EMBASSY

 

No.PR-37
June 17, 2016
New Delhi
 

INDIAN & THAI BUSINESS EXECUTIVES HELD B2B SESSION HERE IN NEW DELHI UNDER AEGIS OF PHD CHAMBER & THAI EMBASSY
 

The PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry and The Royal Thai Embassy at New Delhi on Friday organised India - Thailand Business Networking & Business Match Making Session with high level Thai Business Delegation, accompanying its Prime Minister to India for attending the 1st India-Thailand Joint Business Forum (ITJBF).
 

In the networking and business match making session, possibilities for economic, trade and business cooperation were explored in close to 20 sectors of mutual interest between the visiting delegation of Thailand with its Indian business counterparts.
 

These sectors roughly comprised Commercial Banking, Textiles, Melamine & Plastic Manufacturer, Food, and beverages, Personal care and homecare, Health care, Automotive parts manufacturing and Exports, Hospital and related products, Renewable Energy, Jewellery, Information Technology, Plastic Products, Auto Parts, Chemical, Exporter and Importer: Gold, jewelry, platinum, jewelry stone and diamond.
 

Other segments for which a close and meaningful business discussions took place in the B2B meeting of the businessmen of the two countries consisted of Hotel Supply Business, Construction business and material, tires and tubes for bicycle, motorcycle, truck, light truck and passenger car and Sugar Producer.
 

Secretary General, PHD Chamber, Mr. Saurabh Sanyal in his preliminary remarks before the B2B business session happened said that time now has come for India and Thailand to move closer for cementing their business ties especially in view of India’s look east policy for her economic engagements for the mutual benefits, especially with prosperous nation such as Thailand and the like.
 

He emphasized that the trilateral highway project between India and Thailand via Myanmar which is scheduled to be operational by 2018-19 would facilitate movement of goods and services between India and Thailand.  The 3,200 km road link from Moreh-India to Mae Sot-Thailand would also provide the much needed boost in enhancing regional connectivity.
 

Ends.

Koteshwar Prasad Dobhal
Consultant (PR)