Source Pravda.Ru

Indian goods exhibition in Moscow

More than 200 leading trade and industrial Indian companies will take part in the Moscow exhibition being organized by the Indian Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO).

The trade exhibition will be opened on February 17th and will work for five days in the pavilions of the Expocentre in Krasnaya Presnya. The output of the electronic, chemical, light, agricultural, food and jewelry industries will be exhibited. The services sphere will be represented by the information and bio technologies, the banking and financial organizations, education and tourism.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a large cultural programme to feature performers of national dances and songs, culinary specialists and films screening.

The Indian foreign ministry and the ministry of commerce and industry help to organise the exhibition. The states of Maharashtra, Punjab, Western Bengal, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Goa will also contribute to the holding of the exhibition.

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