KUALA LUMPUR: Trade and industry players have given an “encouraging response” to the “Incredible India 2003” exhibition to be held at the Putra World Trade Centre here in December.
India Trade Promotion Organisation chairman Ashok Jha said participants included leading Indian companies.
“They will display an array of products, covering automobiles, industrial machinery, electrical goods, packaging machinery, agricultural equipment and machinery, fabrics, garments, jewellery, handicrafts and a variety of consumer products,” he said at a media launch at the Indian High Commission yesterday.
The mega show is organised by the promotion organisation, an agency of the Indian government, in collaboration with the Clothing Manufacturers Association of India (CMAI).
This is the second exhibition in 15 years organised in Malaysia by the promotion organisation.
Three fashion shows and an Indian cuisine promotion will be held at the Mandarin Oriental hotel during the exhibition, which will be held from Dec 2 to 6. An Indian film festival and an Indian contemporary art exhibition are also planned for “Incredible India.”
Jha said Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu were taking part as “partner states” and would showcase their products, technologies and services at the exhibition.
In another development, a Malaysia-India business forum will be held on Dec 2 and 3 to strengthen ties and co-operation between India and Malaysia. The forum is jointly organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry and Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry.
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