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Far Eastern business mission will leave for India

Far Eastern business mission will leave for India
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At the end of November, a Far Eastern business delegation will leave for India. Entrepreneurs plan to discuss with Indian partners issues of investment cooperation in the diamond cutting industry, wood processing and agricultural industry. A meeting is also scheduled with the leadership of the Ministry of Oil, Natural Gas and Steel of the Republic to discuss the participation of Indian companies in projects for the supply of coking coal from Russia.

Assistance in enhancing the relationship between Far Eastern and Indian businessmen is provided by the Far East Agency for attracting investment and export development. According to the press service of the department, Buryatia and the state of Maharashtra have planned joint projects in engineering and tourism. Sakhalin and the state of Haryana outlined the prospects for cooperation in the oil and gas industry. The Trans-Baikal Territory and the state of Uttar Pradesh - in the field of agriculture and the food industry, Yakutia and Gujarat - in the diamond industry.

The visit of the Far Eastern business mission will be reciprocal. After the fields WEF-2019 heads of both states reached an agreement, in the Far East, a whole series of events took place with the participation of Indian entrepreneurs and government officials. So at the end of October in Vladivostok there was a delegation from eight large Indian companies led by the Minister of Oil, Natural Gas and Steel of the Republic.