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Bahrain-India Week to be held in December

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A Bahrain-Week will be held in the kingdom in December this year to promote trade relations between the two countries.

Bahrain-Week 2016 (BIW2016), starting from December 1, is being organised by India's Ministry of External Affairs and Bahrain's Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism.

The Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO) and Indian Business Chamber (IBCHAM) are the two supporting bodies from the Indian side for the event with Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Economic Development Board and Embassy of the Kingdom of on the Bahraini side.

"The Bahrain-Week could not have come at a better time," Maram Anwar J AI Saleh, Charge d'Affairs at the embassy here, said while announcing the event late on Friday.

"India's Make in programme matches perfectly with Bahrain's Vision 2030," she stated.

The envoy said that was tax free and offered 100 percent foreign ownership to investors.

"Investors in get access to the entire market," she said.

Stating that was home to around 300,000 expatriate Indians, Al Saleh said the kingdom also has a 200-year-old Hindu temple.

P.K. Ravi, Chairman of the Bahrain-based PRM Marketing Consultancy, said that was the best place for manufacturing.

"The rest of the countries form the market. We are trying to set up SMEs (small and medium enterprises) in Bahrain," Ravi said.

R.V. Prasad, Director (Nations) in the Ministry of External Affairs, recalled that External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj visited in 2014 and announced that Home Minister Rajnath Singh will visit the kingdom on November 24-25.

According to a statement issued in connection with BIW2016, the event aims to project as an attractive investment destination in several sectors.

"This event is a comprehensive and well thought out trade and cultural week including a session that will focus on Bahrain-investment opportunities and a two-day exhibition that will attract more than 10,000 visitors," it stated

There will also be a fashion show promoting khadi, a food festival showcasing Indian cuisines and performances by artisans from various Indian states.

"BIW2016 will be the biggest extravaganza of trade relations between the two countries having the largest participation of businesses from and Bahrain," the statement added.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Bahrain-India Week to be held in December

A Bahrain-India Week will be held in the Gulf kingdom in December this year to promote trade relations between the two countries.

A Bahrain-Week will be held in the kingdom in December this year to promote trade relations between the two countries.

Bahrain-Week 2016 (BIW2016), starting from December 1, is being organised by India's Ministry of External Affairs and Bahrain's Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism.

The Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO) and Indian Business Chamber (IBCHAM) are the two supporting bodies from the Indian side for the event with Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Economic Development Board and Embassy of the Kingdom of on the Bahraini side.

"The Bahrain-Week could not have come at a better time," Maram Anwar J AI Saleh, Charge d'Affairs at the embassy here, said while announcing the event late on Friday.

"India's Make in programme matches perfectly with Bahrain's Vision 2030," she stated.

The envoy said that was tax free and offered 100 percent foreign ownership to investors.

"Investors in get access to the entire market," she said.

Stating that was home to around 300,000 expatriate Indians, Al Saleh said the kingdom also has a 200-year-old Hindu temple.

P.K. Ravi, Chairman of the Bahrain-based PRM Marketing Consultancy, said that was the best place for manufacturing.

"The rest of the countries form the market. We are trying to set up SMEs (small and medium enterprises) in Bahrain," Ravi said.

R.V. Prasad, Director (Nations) in the Ministry of External Affairs, recalled that External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj visited in 2014 and announced that Home Minister Rajnath Singh will visit the kingdom on November 24-25.

According to a statement issued in connection with BIW2016, the event aims to project as an attractive investment destination in several sectors.

"This event is a comprehensive and well thought out trade and cultural week including a session that will focus on Bahrain-investment opportunities and a two-day exhibition that will attract more than 10,000 visitors," it stated

There will also be a fashion show promoting khadi, a food festival showcasing Indian cuisines and performances by artisans from various Indian states.

"BIW2016 will be the biggest extravaganza of trade relations between the two countries having the largest participation of businesses from and Bahrain," the statement added.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Bahrain-India Week to be held in December

A Bahrain-Week will be held in the kingdom in December this year to promote trade relations between the two countries.

Bahrain-Week 2016 (BIW2016), starting from December 1, is being organised by India's Ministry of External Affairs and Bahrain's Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism.

The Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO) and Indian Business Chamber (IBCHAM) are the two supporting bodies from the Indian side for the event with Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Economic Development Board and Embassy of the Kingdom of on the Bahraini side.

"The Bahrain-Week could not have come at a better time," Maram Anwar J AI Saleh, Charge d'Affairs at the embassy here, said while announcing the event late on Friday.

"India's Make in programme matches perfectly with Bahrain's Vision 2030," she stated.

The envoy said that was tax free and offered 100 percent foreign ownership to investors.

"Investors in get access to the entire market," she said.

Stating that was home to around 300,000 expatriate Indians, Al Saleh said the kingdom also has a 200-year-old Hindu temple.

P.K. Ravi, Chairman of the Bahrain-based PRM Marketing Consultancy, said that was the best place for manufacturing.

"The rest of the countries form the market. We are trying to set up SMEs (small and medium enterprises) in Bahrain," Ravi said.

R.V. Prasad, Director (Nations) in the Ministry of External Affairs, recalled that External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj visited in 2014 and announced that Home Minister Rajnath Singh will visit the kingdom on November 24-25.

According to a statement issued in connection with BIW2016, the event aims to project as an attractive investment destination in several sectors.

"This event is a comprehensive and well thought out trade and cultural week including a session that will focus on Bahrain-investment opportunities and a two-day exhibition that will attract more than 10,000 visitors," it stated

There will also be a fashion show promoting khadi, a food festival showcasing Indian cuisines and performances by artisans from various Indian states.

"BIW2016 will be the biggest extravaganza of trade relations between the two countries having the largest participation of businesses from and Bahrain," the statement added.

--IANS

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