CNI, Indian Chamber ink agreement of cooperation


By A Staff Reporter,Kathmandu, Mar. 31: An agreement has been signed between the Confederation of Nepalese Industries (CNI) and Indian Chamber of Commerce to cooperate in investment and business promotion.

Vishnu Kumar Agrawal, President of the CNI, and Ameya Prabhu, Senior Vice President of Indian Chamber of Commerce, signed the memorandum of understanding on Wednesday. 

There will be cooperation between the two organisations in investment and business promotion, study and research, mutual cooperation, exchange of information and information, according to a press statement issued by the CNI.

On the occasion, CNI President Agrawal expressed his belief that cooperation with India's oldest organisation, Indian Chamber of Commerce, would be an important step in further strengthening the business relations between the two countries. 

He said that there would be cooperation between the two organisations in the promotion of the products and services of the two countries, Make in Nepal-Swadeshi campaign, startup and entrepreneurship promotion, which is being promoted by the CNI.

Senior VP of Indian Chamber of Commerce Prabhu said that such kind of cooperation would be important to find new possibilities in the fields of industry, trade and investment between Nepal and India.

Nirvana Chaudhary, vice president of CNI, said that with the collaboration between the CNI and Indian Chamber of Commerce, both organisations could now work together to identify and solve the problems and challenges of the industrialists and for the economic benefit of the two countries.

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