Indian Embassy organizes buyer-seller virtual meeting in Kuwait
The focus of the meeting was to encourage sourcing of building materials from India
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By Staff Writer, Arab Times
The Embassy of India in Kuwait in association with Chemicals and Allied Products Export Promotion Council (CAPEXIL) organized a virtual Buyer-Seller Meet on Building Materials on 25 October 2021. Ambassador of India to Kuwait HE Sibi George in his opening remarks spoke about the strength of Indian building material sector and opportunities in Kuwait on account of several infrastructure development projects and invited Indian exporters to collaborate with Kuwaiti partners to increase Indian exports to Kuwait. B.H. Patel, President, CAPEXIL spoke on Indian construction industry; Rajpal Tyagi, MD, International Interiors gave a tour d’horizon of opportunities for Indian exporters in Kuwaiti market and Othman Boodai, CEO of Kuwait Rawaisi Company also highlighted growing scope for construction material supplies coming to Kuwait.
The focus of the meeting was to encourage sourcing of building materials from India. There was also an interactive session between buyers and sellers after the meeting. Over 40 Indian exporters presented their range of Indian products available for import to Kuwait from India. A large number of exporters from India and importers from Kuwait participated in the meeting.
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