Chairman CII J&K Council, Rahul Sahai along with other delegates during visit to Czech Republic.
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JAMMU: Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) organised a Business Delegation to Czech Republic and Slovakia from October 9-12, 2017.
Rahul Sahai, Chairman CII J&K Council was also part of this delegation.
The business delegation comprised of representatives from all the key specialist sectors of engineering and business industry.
Sahai, in his interaction with the officials and industrialists from Czech Republic and Slovakia, explored and discussed the possibilities to bring in prospective trade and investment in the State of Jammu and Kashmir keeping in view the strength of the State.
“Czech Republic and Slovakia are best known for its automotive, defence, engineering and manufacturing, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, medical technology and devices, food processing, mining, power, waste management and water treatment and India can develop strong economic ties with them in all the above mentioned sectors and can also work together in Research and Development initiatives,” said Sahai.
With the objective to discuss various possibilities of Business with the Czech Republic, CII Business Delegation met Drahomir Stos, Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of Slovakia Republic.
Sahai apprised the minister about the interests of J and K entrepreneurs in Czech and discussed ease of doing business in Czech and requested to extend technology support to Jammu and Kashmir under Smart Cities Project.
As part of scheduled programmes, the delegation also participated in the International Engineering Fair (MSV), which is the leading industrial trade fair in Central Europe with annual participation of 1,500 exhibitors and 75,000 visitors from over 59 countries across the world.
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