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ASSOCHAM's Business Delegation to Tokyo
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May '08
ASSOCHAM is being invited to bring a high-powered Business Delegation to Tokyo, Japan on environment technologies and packaging sector from 3rd -6th June, 2008.

Indian businessmen have to look for frontier technologies to sustain and achieve higher growth. Japan has been historically linked with our Indian companies.

Japan offers excellent technologies and business opportunities. Large number of companies strong NRI community in Japan has shown serious interests in joint ventures and investment projects in India.

This exhibition focuses “Environment and Packaging Sector” for enhancing business between two countries. Before the exhibition in Japan we are also inviting a Japan delegation for 'Indian environment, solid waste disposal, and recycling inspection tour” from 21st – 25th May 08. A special meeting can be arranged looking at your interest.

ASSOCHAM and NIPPO GROUP with the support of The Consul General of India office in Osaka are setting up a major platform to introduce India as the opportunity for new technologies and sciences in Tokyo, Japan from 3rd – 6th June.2008

We invite you to join the delegation to enhance your business prospectus. We have limited number of seats for this delegation and registration will be on first cum first serve basis.

Free accommodation will be provided to ASSOCHAM delegation. The criteria of distributing the free rooms shall be first–cum–first–serve basis.

ASSOCHAM willalso distribute its catalogue to large number of visitors in Japan, you can also give your advertisements in this catalogue.

Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India

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