Chinese Business delegation to explore business opportunity of investment and cooperation with the industries of West Bengal

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The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) organised an interactive session with Chinese Business delegation led by Dr. H P Kanoria, Chairman, SREI Foundation, Shri. Mahesh Saharia, Chairman Saharia Groupt and Ms. Perminder Jeet Kaur, Director, ASSOCHAM at Kolkata

 

The Delegation was led by The Governor, Mr. Tong Zhiyun, the People’s Government of Nujiang Prefecture, Yunnan Province and was accompanied by Mr. Zou Song, Dy. Governor, the People’s Government of  Nujiang Prefecture, Yunnan Province along other senior Govt officials and industry members. Delegation was keen on exploring business opportunity of investment and cooperation with the industries of West Bengal across sectors ranging from Mining, Construction, Agro-Food Processing etc

 

While responding to the delegate questions  for cooperation Governor  Mr Zhiyun said the two countries and respective provinces hold huge potential of mutual cooperation and he said currently there are 165 agro products which are duty free and can be imported from South East Asia. With regard to West Bengal and the region there is tremendous scope of cooperation with regard to Agro sector and he encouraged two sides to explore further opportunities.

 

Indian side presented details of the investment climate of the region the opportunities available under 100% FDI through automated route, the SEZs and other schemes available for investment across varied sectors.

 

The Chinese companies who were present at the event is M/S. Yunnan Great Union Group Co. Ltd, Mr. Zhou Xuhong, President, M/S. Yuandong Economic Development Co. Ltd, represented by the President, Mr. Yu Jianmin, Mr. Zheng Zichun, Chairman of Ronghua Agriculture Products Co. Ltd and Mr. Hu Guohan, President of Lushui Aide Industrial Development Co. Ltd. A vote of thank was given by Ms. Perminder Kaur Director Eastern Region ASSOCHAM .

 

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