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Press Release : India-China Trade and Investment Seminar at Quanzhou on 21st March, 2018

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India-China Trade and Investment  Seminar at Quanzhou on 21st March, 2018


Consulate General of India, Guangzhou in cooperation with Quanzhou Municipality Government, CCPIT, Quanzhou Chamber of Commerce organized an India-China Trade and Investment Seminar, on 21 March 2018 at Hilton Hotel, Jinjiang, Quanzhou.


The event was attended by Mr Li Jiping Vice Chairman, Quanzhou CPPCC, senior officials from FAO, Commerce Bureau, Chairman, CCPIT, Quanzhou & Chairman, Quanzhou General Chamber of Commerce besides 150 businessmen and entrepreneurs based in Quanzhou as well as about 20 Indian businessmen based in various part of China. The seminar  provided a good opportunity for B2B networking interactions between Chinese and Indian participants.


Welcoming the audience, Consul General Sailas Thangal spoke about the rapid economic development in India and how foreign investment has been growing in various sectors due to the conducive & investor friendly policy and environment created by the government. He highlighted the immense potential for cooperation between Chinese (Quanzhou)  and Indian enterprises and welcomed the Chinese enterprises to invest in India. Vice Chairman, CPPCC thanked the Consulate for taking this initiative and spoke  of the vibrant trade between Quanzhou and India and the huge potential for win-win cooperation. He also mentioned the huge interest of Quanzhou government and among the business to do business with India and also invest in India.


Yashas, Consul (Com & Pol) made a detailed presentation on the investment opportunities in India and how India has been the most favour destination for FDI in the recent years. Mr. He Gaofeng from Ribest Ribbons & Bows (India) shared their experience of doing business and investing in India.


A detailed presentation on the legal framework for investing in India along with the relevant tax policies and incentives was made. Mr. Pradip Shetty, Honorary Chairman, Fuzhou Chamber of Commerce, YIWU made concluding remarks by sharing  his long experience of working between India and China.


This seminar was part of a series of events organized by the Consulate for promoting trade and investment between India-China.