Over 90 companies to take part in 'India Show' in Singapore
Over 90 Indian companies will showcase their products like Tata Nano, wines and promote their expertise in manufacturing and infrastructure sectors, at 'India Show' starting tomorrow in Singapore.business Updated: Jan 13, 2011 20:21 IST
Over 90 Indian companies will showcase their products like Tata Nano, wines and promote their expertise in manufacturing and infrastructure sectors, at 'India Show' starting from Friday in Singapore.
The event would be inaugurated by Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma.
He would also meet his counterpart Lim Hng Kiang to explore opportunities aimed at strengthening the trade ties between the two nations.
The exhibition would be jointly organised by industry chamber Confederation of Indian Industry, India Brand Equity Foundation and the India High Commission in Singapore.
Besides the three-day exhibition, one-to-one business meetings, India symposium would take place.
Also, a high-level CEOs delegation including Forbes Marshall Director Farhad Forbes, DBS (Singapore) Group CEO Piyush Gupta and Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation CEO and Managing Director Amitabh Kant would explore the possibilities in the areas of manufacturing, services and infrastructure sectors.