Indian embassy organises business meeting for participants of Comex
April 1, 2017 | 5:09 PM
by Times News Service
India-Oman bilateral trade remains buoyant and reached $3.89 billion in 2016. - Supplied picture

Muscat: The embassy of India in Muscat has organised a business-to-business (B2B) meeting on March 29, 2017 for Indian and Omani companies participating in Comex exhibition.

Representatives of about 30 Omani companies from information and communication technology (ICT) sector interacted with representatives of 10 Indian companies, which are participating in Comex. Redha Al Saleh, vice chairman of Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry, graced the B2B meeting as its chief guest.

Indian Embassy has attached, as desired by the governments of India and Oman, a high priority to promoting bilateral trade and mutual investments which constitute key pillars of the strategic partnership between India and Oman.

India-Oman bilateral trade remains buoyant and reached $3.89 billion in 2016. The embassy has been encouraging Indian and Omani companies to benefit from tremendous opportunities available for trade and mutual investments between the two countries, especially in sectors like oil and gas, minerals and mining, manufacturing, logistics, infrastructure, engineering, power, information technology, pharmaceuticals, healthcare and agriculture. The B2B meeting was a part of the embassy’s endeavour to enhance contacts between business communities of India and Oman. The embassy has been organising similar B2B meetings focused on other sectors.

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