More than 50 firms to join India show in Myanmar

YANGON—More than 50 companies from various sectors in India will participate in the second Enterprise India show to be held in Tatmadaw Hall, Yangon, from January 16-18, according to the Indian Embassy.

The exhibition of Indian products and services, which will be organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and the Embassy of India, with the support of India’s Ministry of Commerce and Industry, will be open to the public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

“The show will bring together leading Indian brands and small and medium size entrepreneurs on one platform, effectively presenting the India business perspective and leverage business partnerships with Myanmar Industry,” said an official from the Indian Embassy.

“The show will also create a positive atmosphere for scaling up ambitions and setting new targets and partnerships.”

The exhibition, which will be spread over an area of 2,500 square metres, will focus on agriculture, automobile and automotive components, construction machinery, education and training, energy transmission, farm equipment machinery, financial services, irrigation, metals and minerals, and waste management.

Leading Indian companies including ABB, Jain Irrigation, TAFE, and Exim Bank will participate in the exhibition. A young Indian entrepreneurs delegation will also join the three-day event.

Source: ELEVEN Myanmar

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