Indian trade exhibition "SOURCE INDIA IRAN" from 10 to 12 March, 2018 at...

Indian trade exhibition "SOURCE INDIA IRAN" from 10 to 12 March, 2018 at Milad Tower, Tehran

Embassy of India

Press Release

Trade Promotion Council of India (TPCI), in association with the Embassy of India, is organizing Indian trade exhibition “SOURCE INDIA IRAN” from 10 to 12 March, 2018 at Milad Tower, Tehran. The event will be inaugurated at 1030 hrs on 10th March, 2018 in the presence of dignitaries from India and Iran. The event is supported by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of Government of India.

Trade Promotion Council of India is a premier trade and investment promotion organization in India.

India and Iran enjoys close and historical friendly relations. During recent visit of Hon’ble President of Islamic Republic of Iran H.E. Dr Hassan Rouhani to India both the sides agreed to further strengthen the bilateral relations particularly trade & investment cooperation between the two countries.

Source India would be the first major business event being held soon after the recent high level visit. Around 100 Indian companies representing various sectors such as engineering machinery, food, IT, Plastics, Rubber etc. will showcase their products and services at the SOURCE INDIA Exhibition with an objective to find right Iranian partners for collaboration in trade and investment and possible joint ventures. This will perhaps be one of the largest Indian business event in Iran in recent years.

India would also welcome similar trade exhibition/delegation from Iran to India in the foreseeable future. The main purpose of such exchange of business exhibitions/delegations is to tap the unrealized trade potential between India and Iran.

Iranian friends including from all the Chamber of Commerce & Industry and various trade bodies are cordially invited to visit SOURCE INDIA IRAN Exhibition at Milad Tower from 10-12 March, 2018 and explore the possibility of trade collaboration/joint ventures and investment opportunities with their Indian counterparts.


8th March 2018

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