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India Carpet Expo at New Delhi in February 2010
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In continuation to this Council's circular of even number dated 30th October,2009 announcing next India Carpet Expo, from 25 - 28 February, 2010 in Hall No. 18, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, we would like to inform that in view of the Holi Festival falling on 1st March, 2010, the organization of India Carpet Expo has been preponed from 25 - 28 February, 2010 to 23 - 26 February, 2010.

It has also been decided to hold an EXHIBITION-CUM- BUYER SELLER MEET for Rajasthan based Member-Exporters at Jaipur on 27- 28 February, 2010.

Founded in 1982, the CEPC was established by the Ministry of Textiles of the government of India to promote the export of hand-knotted rugs and all other types and styles of floor coverings from India.The CEPC's membership is comprised of senior trade representatives and government officials, who provide invaluable service and expertise to the organization. The CEPC's primary responsibility is to advise the Indian government on export promotion measures and help the exporter community bring their problems and needs to the attention of the government. The organization also provides assistance to Indian exporters by identifying key markets and trends, offering financial support, sponsoring, participating in trade fairs and exhibitions, and conducting promotional activities abroad.

Carpet Export Promotion Council (CEPC)


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