ASEAN-India Expo & Forum: Explore business opportunities with India

ASEAN-India Expo & Forum: Explore business opportunities with India

On 2-5 August 2017 at QSNCC (India Pavilion), Bangkok, Thailand at 10:00 to 20:00

Indian participation organised jointly by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry in partnership with Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India and supported by the Indian Embassy in Thailand.

- India the Partner Country at the ASEAN India Expo and Forum

- Inauguration by Hon. Minister of State for Commerce & Industry, Government of India, Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman

ASEAN is India's fourth largest trading partner and India is ASEAN’s sixth largest trading partner

  • India’s exports to ASEAN stood at U.S. $ 25.15 billion in 2015-16
  • Imports over the same period were U.S. $ 39.90 billion

Summary of India participation at Expo and Forum:

  • 75-member business delegation to participate at Expo
  • 48 exhibitors covering 432 sqm - largest in the Expo from participating guest countries

Industry Sectors represented by Indian exhibitors

  • Agri Machinery
  • Agro Food
  • Horticulture
  • Building Material and Infrastructure
  • Flavours & Fragrances
  • Handlooms / Handicrafts
  • Healthcare
  • Textile

90 sqm India Theme Pavilion: Showcasing India’s major initiatives – Make in India
B2B with Indian exhibitors

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