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India-Scotland Business Forum to take place on June 12

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May '08
As part of FICCI's endeavour to decentralize cooperation, catalyse regional synergies and discover high yielding avenues of engagement between India and UK, we are organizing a business delegation to Scotland in June 2008, in association with Scottish Development International - the official regional development agency of Scotland.

The objective of the visit is to explore and leverage potential synergies with Scotland as a strategic business partner.

The delegation will participate in the India-Scotland Business Forum on 12 June 2008. The participation on the Scottish side is expected to comprise key policy decision makers and the crème de la crème of industry.

The delegation will also participate in seminars on sectors of crucial significance and one-one business meetings. Visits to Centres of Excellence, local sightseeing, cultural events and networking opportunities will complete and complement the business component and make the mission a holistic experience.

We also invite you to consider joining us for a 'Conference on Globalisation & Developing Economies - Concerns of Inclusion', which is jointly organized by FICCI and Oxford University, under the direct supervision of Chancellor Lord Chris Patten, on June 16th at Oxford. This will be addressed by thought leaders, eminent academics and top CEOs from India and UK.

Sh Kamal Nath, Hon'ble Minister of Commerce and Industry, Govt. of India, has kindly agreed to address the Conference.

In view of significance of the event, may we cordially invite you to join the FICCI Business Mission to UK from 11 - 16 June 2008.

You may send your confirmation by sending us the enclosed Registration Proforma, duly filled in as early as possible.

Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry


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