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'German automotive SMEs interested to partner with Indian companies'

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German automotive small and medium enterprises are interested in partnering with Indian companies, said a German diplomat on Tuesday.

"German small and medium enterprises are interested to partner with Indian companies in the automotive space. They are keeping a close eye on the Indian market," Consul General Achim Fabig told reporters on the sidelines of the roadshow organised by the German National Tourist Office, India.

He said Germany is interested in working in roof top solar power solution with India.

According to Fabig, there were no complaints from visiting German tourists about paucity of Indian currency following the demonetisation of 500/1,000 rupee notes by the Indian government.

Speaking about tourism, Romit Theophilus, Director, Marketing and Sales, German National Tourist Office said the Germany has recorded over 500,000 overnights from India for the period January-August 2016, logging a growth of 4.4 per cent.

--IANS

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'German automotive SMEs interested to partner with Indian companies'

German automotive small and medium enterprises are interested in partnering with Indian companies, said a German diplomat on Tuesday.

German automotive small and medium enterprises are interested in partnering with Indian companies, said a German diplomat on Tuesday.

"German small and medium enterprises are interested to partner with Indian companies in the automotive space. They are keeping a close eye on the Indian market," Consul General Achim Fabig told reporters on the sidelines of the roadshow organised by the German National Tourist Office, India.

He said Germany is interested in working in roof top solar power solution with India.

According to Fabig, there were no complaints from visiting German tourists about paucity of Indian currency following the demonetisation of 500/1,000 rupee notes by the Indian government.

Speaking about tourism, Romit Theophilus, Director, Marketing and Sales, German National Tourist Office said the Germany has recorded over 500,000 overnights from India for the period January-August 2016, logging a growth of 4.4 per cent.

--IANS

vj/vd

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

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'German automotive SMEs interested to partner with Indian companies'

German automotive small and medium enterprises are interested in partnering with Indian companies, said a German diplomat on Tuesday.

"German small and medium enterprises are interested to partner with Indian companies in the automotive space. They are keeping a close eye on the Indian market," Consul General Achim Fabig told reporters on the sidelines of the roadshow organised by the German National Tourist Office, India.

He said Germany is interested in working in roof top solar power solution with India.

According to Fabig, there were no complaints from visiting German tourists about paucity of Indian currency following the demonetisation of 500/1,000 rupee notes by the Indian government.

Speaking about tourism, Romit Theophilus, Director, Marketing and Sales, German National Tourist Office said the Germany has recorded over 500,000 overnights from India for the period January-August 2016, logging a growth of 4.4 per cent.

--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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