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Thursday, 11 November 2010
New Delhi: More than 150 Indian companies will be showcasing engineering products, in the EEPC INDIA (formerly Engineering Export Promotion Council) pavilion at the "India Show" from 3 – 6 February, 2011 in Istanbul, Turkey.

"the Show will also enable India to get closer to fast-growing markets in Eurasia and the Middle East and it will be our endeavor to highlight India as “Technology Hub” for Manufacturing Industry with equal participation from Small, Medium & Large industries," said R Maitra, Executive Director, EEPC INDIA.

“India Show” will coincide with the largest and most famous industrial exhibition WIN 2011 (World Industry Fair) organized by Hannover Messe and India has been dedicated as “Partner Country” in the exhibition. Around 150 Indian companies will be participating at the “India Show” and there is a huge opportunity for partnership development, networking and exploring business linkages for wide range of engineering products from India, said Mr. Maitra.

Indian companies participating in the show will get the benefit of gaining an easy access to 1.5 billion potential customers from not only Turkey but also the neighboring regions, which constitutes a significant 87% share of the total visitors in the show. The chambers of commerce in the neighboring countries are also being sensitized about the large Indian presence in the sow.

Various economic forecast reports have predicted that Turkey will become one of the fastest-growing countries in 2011 with a target import of 168 billion USD. It is the 15th largest economy in the world in terms of GDP (PPP) and engineering is the most important sector in the Turkish economy.

Mr. R. Maitra also stated that during the INDIA SHOW, EEPC India will be signing an MOU with Istanbul Chamber of Commerce which is the largest non-government organization, aiming to promote foreign and domestic economic development within Istanbul and in Turkey as a whole. With over 3 lakh active members, it is perhaps one of the largest chambers of commerce in the world and this association will set the path for the future trade between the two countries.

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