Reverse Buyer-Seller Meet on Textile in Bengal was Organised
News Desk, News Nation 360 : The Reverse Buyer Seller Meet for Textile and Apparel sector organised by Indian Chamber of Commerce was held for the first time in Kolkata under the aegis of the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India. More than 50 foreign buyers from textile and apparel sector visited the city from more than 19 different countries from various parts of globe
such as Australia, Chile, China, Egypt, Jordan, Malaysia, Rwanda, Poland, Palestine, Myanmar, Morocco, Mauritius, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Thailand, UAE etc. More than 125 sellers from India also participated in the meet. Dignitaries present during the session were Sadhan Pande,
Hon’ble Minister, Consumer Affairs Department, Government of West Bengal, H.E. Sulton Rahimzoda, Ambassador, the Republic of Tajikistan to India, H.E. Baraka Haran Luvanda, High Commissioner, United Republic of Tanzania, Upendra Pratap Singh, IFS, Commissioner for Textile and Director of Handlooms and Textiles, Govt. of Karnataka, Ms. Chaitali Das, Social Entrepreneur & Mg. Trustee, Rakshak Foundation, Vikash Agarwal, Sr. Vice President, ICC, Sanjay Jain, Chairman, ICC National Expert Committee on Textiles, Dr Rajeev Singh, Director General, Indian Chamber of Commerce. The programme was well supported by the Karnataka Government and also there were about 20 SHGs supported by the Department of Self Help Group Government of West Bengal. More than 125 sellers from India also participated in the meet. The event was organised to explore the strengths and potentials for export of Textile & Apparel from Eastern India.
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Report : Anustup Kundu