India, Chile Sign Pact To Promote Trade

New Delhi, November 27: | Updated: Nov 28 2002, 05:30am hrs
India and Chile have signed an agreement to promote and develop trade and economic relations between the two countries. Under the agreement, they will provide all possible assistance to businessmen and trade missions for participation in trade fairs, minister of state for commerce and industry Rajiv Pratap Rudy has said.

Giving away awards of India international trade fair 02 in Delhi on Wednesday, Mr Rudy said the fair had been an expression of Indias strength in the field of commerce and trade and in its 22nd edition this year amply reflected the changing face and capabilities of Indian industry. J Vasudevan, chairman and managing director, India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO), was present, along with members of various foreign missions and representatives of trade and industry. Mr Rudy highlighted that many foreign delegations from about 30 countries had visited the fair, including those from China, Chile, Sri Lanka, Namibia and Uganda.