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Kamal Nath to participate in India-Italy business forum in Mumbai

14
Feb '07
Mr. Kamal Nath, Union Commerce and Industry Minister, is scheduled to participate in the high-level India-Italy Business Forum being jointly organised in Mumbai on 14 February, 2007 on the occasion of the visit of the Italian Prime Minister Mr Romano Prodi to India.

The Forum meeting is being organised by ASSOCHAM, CII And FICCI from the Indian side along with their Italian counterparts – CONFIDUSTRIA, Instituto Nazionale per il Commercio Estero and ABI (Assozione Bancaria Italiana). Prime Minister Prodi will deliver the keynote address at the Forum, which will also be addressed by Mr. Vilas Rao Deshmukh, Chief Minister of Maharashtra; Ms. Emma Bonino, Minister of International Trade of Italy; and Mr. Kamal Nath.

There is growing realisation in Italy of the importance of India as a trade and economic partner, and the visit of the Prime Minister of Italy Mr Romano Prodi to India at the head of a high level delegation comprising 150 government and business decision makers is being seen as an important milestone in the expansion and strengthening of bilateral economic cooperation between the two countries.


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