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Study on Indo-US Cooperation on Dec 17
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Dec '07
Confederation of Indian Industry in association with Ministry of Commerce is launching a Study on Indo-US Cooperation in select Area on 17th December 2007 at 1030 hrs at CII Headquarters, 23 Institutional Area, Lodi Road, New Delhi to promote market access and collaboration between organic chemical industry in India and United States of America.

This study will mainly focus on:
Overview of the Organic Chemical Industry in India and the US including, identification of key sectors, size of the markets, emerging trends and regulatory factors etc.

Review of Biofuels (alternate energy) and Nanotechnology sectors with a focus on market growth, major players and specific opportunities for collaboration between the US and India and also growth opportunities.

Water treatment through specialty Chemicals. Potential collaboration opportunities for Indian companies in particular for water treatment.

Mr. Arun Ramanathan, Secretary, Department of Chemicals & Petrochemicals; Mr. Balvinder Singh Kalsi, CEO & President, DuPont India; Mr. Shiv Krishnan, Managing Director, Seale & Associates; Mr. Homi Khusrokhan, Managing Director, Tata Chemicals Ltd; Mr. Saikiran Krishnamurthy, Partner, McKinsey & Company and Mr. Alok Gupta, Chairman, CII National Committee on Chemicals & Managing Director, Cabot India Ltd, will address the Contribution.

You are cordially invited to attend the meeting and join us for lunch thereafter.

Confederation of Indian Industry

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