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  • Mr. Suranjan Gupta, Executive Director, EEPC India addressing the press conference following the inauguration of bauma Conexpo India 2018 held on 11th December, 2018 in Gurugram, Haryana. On his right - Mr. Sebastian Popp, VDMA Construction Equipment and Plant Engineering; Mr. Stefan Rummel, Managing Director, Messe Muenchen GmbH and Ms. Nicole Schmitt, Exhibition Group Director, Messe Muenchen GmbH
  • A Training Programme was organised by EEPC India (WR) on Foreign Trade Policy on 8th December, 2018 in Mumbai. Participants at the Training Programme
  • Session on "Prudence of Export Finance & Business Opportunities at IESS VIII" held on 6th December, 2018 in Bengaluru. Welcome address by Mr. R. Seshagiri, Dy. Regional Chairman (SR), EEPC India
  • Session on "Prudence of Export Finance & Business Opportunities at IESS VIII" held on 6th December, 2018 in Bengaluru. Mr. C H Nadiger, Regional Director (SR), EEPC India addressing the session
  • Session on "Prudence of Export Finance & Business Opportunities at IESS VIII" held on 6th December, 2018 in Bengaluru. Mr. J V Raja Gopal Rao, Sr. Dy. Director, EEPC India, Bengaluru addressing the session
  • Mr. Rajaraman R, Executive Officer, EEPC India, Regional Office, Chennai giving presentation about Business & Export Opportunities of Engineering Products through EEPC India`s Worldwide Exhibitions 2019 & IESS VIII held on 12th December, 2018 in Coimbatore
  • Meeting with Ethiopian Diplomats for Ethiopia`s participation in IESS VIII held on 4th December, 2018 in Mumbai. From left to right : Mr. Tesfamariam G/Meskel, Third Secretary - Business Promotion, Consulate General of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia; Mr. Rajat Srivastava, Regional Director (WR) & Director (Marketing & Sales), EEPC India; Mr. Demeke Atnafu Ambulo, Consul General, Consulate General of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia and Mr. Mukesh Samtani, Assistant Director, EEPC India, Regional Office, Mumbai
  • A Training Programme was organised by EEPC India (WR) on Foreign Trade Policy on 8th December, 2018 in Mumbai. Mr. Pratap Singh Bharda, Executive Officer, EEPC India, Regional Office, Mumbai introducing the speaker Mr. Arvind Khedkar


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  • Notification No. 99/2018 - Customs (N.T.) - Exchange Rates Notification No.99/2018-Custom(NT) dated 20.12.2018.

My dear fellow exporters,

The Government has been constantly trying to simplify GST in the best possible way. In the 31st meeting of GST held last Saturday, the council has reduced tax rates on 23 items and also decided to simplify the current return filing process. As per media reports, instead of keeping 20 different cash ledgers under each tax heads namely CGST, SGST, IGST and Compensation Cess, the taxpayer will henceforth need to maintain only one ledger for each tax head that will bring down the required number of cash ledgers to only four. Besides, the annual return file date has been further extended to 30th June 2019 from 31st Mar 2019 but with a penalty if filed after 1st April 2019. The new return filing system will be rolled out on a trial basis from 1st April 2019 and would be made mandatory from 1st July 2019.

Meanwhile, The Ministry of Commerce, Government of India is preparing an agenda for the WTO focusing on the damaging impact of growing protectionism in the global trade. This set of proposal is likely to be presented and discussed on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum Summit at Davos where key trade ministers from countries including India would meet next month to discuss the road ahead for the WTO. The proposal will capture the view of all developed as well as developing nations and therefore, is expected to be acceptable to most of the nations.


Ravi Sehgal 

Overseas Information


(Source : High Commission of India, Ontario) 

Products with Export Potential for India

HS Code : 85 : Electrical or Electronic Machinery and Equipments:

Rationale : These are 4 top products which Canada imports from other countries and India can seize the opportunity.  The total market size of electrical machinery in India is anticipated to reach US$ 100 billion by 2022 from US$ 24 billion in 2013. The electrical machinery sector consists of generation, transmission and distribution machinery. In order to become a global force, Indian machinery sector needs to understand these changes and evolve to serve the user industries with the next generation products through integration of equipment with information technology like autonomous haulage or unmanned vehicles equipped with GPS, CCTV cameras, inertial guidance systems, and leverage dispatch route planning and guidance software for functioning.

HS Code : 90 : Optical, Medical, Photographic, Scientific and, Technical Instruments

Rationale : One of the potential items of India’s exports to Canada must include Optical, Medical, Photographic, Scientific and Technical Instrumentation. US, china and Mexico are the top markets for the import of this HS 2 category. India is not in the top ten. India’s has competitive disadvantages in the Optical, Medical, Photographic, Scientific and Technical Instrumentation market, but it also represents key opportunities for India to improve its position in the global economy through focused innovations.

HS code : 94 : Furniture and Stuffed Furnishings, Lamps and illuminated Signs, Prefabricated Buildings

Rationale : Analysts forecast the global furniture market to grow at a CAGR of 4.27% during the period 2017-2021. China and U.S have been the top exporters of Furniture.  Consumers globally are spending more on home decor and furniture. This drives the global furniture market. A large part of this growth is expected to come from the rapidly growing consumer markets of Asia, implying significant potential for growth in the Indian furniture sector.

Significant Trends in Trade and Investment

Details of significant trend : Canada’s total trade with India dropped by 2.66% viz-a-viz 2017 mainly due to less exports to India.

Analysis : There is a drop of 2.66% in the total trade figures from that of 2017. The total trade in Sept 2017 was $592 million. However, in Sept 2018, the total trade was $576 million USD.

Details of significant trend : India dropped from 11thto 13thposition as the largest market for Canadian Imports year to date. Although Canada’s total imports from India increased by 9.46% in comparison to 2017.

Analysis : There is a growth of 9.46% in the imports from India. The total import figure of Sept 2017 was $281 million however in Sept 2018 the figure is $307 million USD. The Top products of import from India are Motor Vehicles, Trailers, Bicycles, Motorcycles and Other Similar Vehicles, Articles of Iron or Steel, Nuclear Reactors, Boilers, Machinery and Mechanical Appliances, Pharmaceutical Products and Organic Chemicals (Including Vitamins, Alkaloids and Antibiotics).

Details of significant trend : Overall Canadian imports fell by 0.4% in September.

Analysis : In September, decline in imports of aircraft & other transportation equipment & parts, energy, crude oil imports & refined petroleum energy products and motor gasoline also contributed to the decline in imports globally.

Details of significant trend : India rose from 11thto 9thposition as the largest market for Canadian exports year to date. Although the total exports decreased by 13.63% viz-a-viz 2017.

Analysis : Canadian exports to India fell by 13.63%. The total import figure of Sept 2017 was $310 million however in Sept 2018 the figure is $268 million USD. The Top products of export from Canada to India were:  Mineral Fuels, Mineral Oils, Bituminous Substances and Mineral Waxes, Pearls, Precious Stones or Metals, Coins and Jewelry, Pulp of Wood and The Like; Waste and Scrap of Paper or Paperboard, Fertilizers, Ores, Slag and Ash. The exports mainly fell due to lower exports of lentils and peas. In the past three years, India has been a major destination for lentil and pea exports, especially during the months of September and October. Recently, India has considerably reduced its imports of these products in favor of domestic production, contributing to the downward trend in exports of this product group.

Canada looks to ‘diversify’, bolster India relationship

From health and education to renewable energy and indigenous research in infrastructure, Canada is already engaging with India for fruitful future alliances. Last week, Toronto hosted the second chapter of the annual ‘Invest Indiaconference,’ attended by several policymakers and business leaders from both countries. Indian High Commissioner in Canada Vikas Swarup and his Canadian counterpart in India Nadir Patel led from the front. Hosted by Indo-Canadian billionaire businessman Prem Watsa, the conference saw Tata Group chairman Natarajan Chandrasekaran and Housing Development Finance Corporation (HDFC) chairman Deepak Parekh underlining the need to invest in India.

(Source : India Canada Biz Digest)

Brookfield to acquire Ambanigas pipeline

Canadian investor Brookfield is set to buy the East West Pipeline Ltd (EWPL), earlier known as Reliance Gas Transportation Infrastructure Ltd, for an enterprise valuation of $2 billion. Brookfield is uniquely sponsoring an infrastructure investment trust (InvIT) called India Infrastructure Trust as the acquisition vehicle to take over the 1,400 km common carrier pipeline from Kakinada on the east coast to Bharuch in Gujarat. The Competition Commission of India (CCI) approvedthe transaction last week. Brookfield has also filed an application with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) for registering the InvIT, approval for which is expected this month, following which a formal joint announcement will be made.

(Source : India Canada Biz Digest)

Canadian companies come calling to work with Indian start-ups

It’s not only bigger companies like Amazon and Walmart that are buying Indian startups and forming partnerships. Even startups from Canada are scouting for potential tie-ups with Indian startups. On Monday, in a conference organised jointly by Canadian International Innovation Program (CIIP) and Canada Trade Commissioner Service, the leadership teams of nine startups and SMEs from Canada met about 50-60 people from the industry, which included Indian startup founders, venture capitalists, and Indian corporate entities looking to explore tie-ups, among others, to promote collaborative research and development projects.

(Source : India Canada Biz Digest)

Canadian Artificial Intelligence companies look to tap Indian market

Over 11 Canadian companies mostly medium-size and startups have come to India as part of a delegation to attend the 15th Municipalika Exhibition and Conference in Mumbai. These Canadian companies are looking at partnering with local players to promote the use of artificial intelligence in smart cities. These companies provide automated solutions to new and existing cities. Tara Scheurwater, Consul and Senior Trade Commissioner at Consulate General of Canada, said, “Indian companies and authorities are focusing on smart cities and many Canadian companies have solutions that can make the upcoming and existing cities smarter and liveable.

(Source : India Canada Biz Digest)

CDPQ set to buy 40% in CLP’s India arm

Canadian pension fund manager Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) agreed to acquire a 40% in CLP India for $368 million, valuing the latter at $920 million. The deal that ends months of negotiations is the largest fundraising through private investment in the Indian renewables sector. CLP India is the wholly-owned arm of Hong Kong-listed CLP Holdings (formerly China Light & Power) and is one of the largest foreign investors inthe Indian power sector. The parent will retain 60% in the Indian arm. Proceeds will be used to expand portfolio in low-carbon areas. The transaction is subject to regulatory approvals. “The Indian market has been, and will continue to be, a primary growth market for CLP and CDPQ.”

(Source : India Canada Biz Digest)

(Source : Embassy of India, Paris)

Significant Trends in trade and investment (Sources: EoI, E&C Wing Analysis)

Trade – In Jan-Oct 2018, India France bilateral trade stood at € 9.2 billion (+6.3%) as compared to the corresponding period the previous year. India’s exports to France increased by 14.13% during this period with a rise in exports of following top 10 category products: mineral fuels & oils (149.58%); optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring, checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments and apparatus & parts thereof (33.25%); natural or cultured pearls (19.67%); organic chemicals (19.76%); nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and mechanical appliances (10.62%); & footwear (3%). However there was a drop in exports of automobiles and parts (-29.98%); & electrical machinery (-5.93%) & articles of apparel & clothing accessories, not knitted or crocheted, (-2.38%).

Meanwhile, French exports to India decreased by 2.29% during the same period: Exports of following top 10 ranked products increased: miscellaneous chemical products (27.26%); essential oils and resinoids; perfumery, cosmetic or toilet preparations (16.14%); optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring, checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments and apparatus & parts thereof (14.18%); organic chemicals (13.74%); plastics and articles thereof (6.32%); aircraft & spacecraft (5.93%). However, exports of following products decreased: electrical machinery & equipment (-25.91%); nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery & mechanical appliances (-15.5%); iron & steel (-4.75%); pharmaceutical products (-1.65%).

Investment – According to the ‘Business France Annual Report 2017’, a public operator supporting French investors in India and Indian investors in France, there are over 150 Indian companies operating in France (including sub-subsidiaries), employing around 7,000 people. Nineteen investments from India were recorded in 2017 (+73%), creating or maintaining 284 jobs (+66%). Indian projects often involved decision-making centres (42% of projects), including a global/European headquarters, and production/manufacturing operations (32%). Investments were mainly made in the software and IT services sector (26% of projects and 52% of jobs generated) and chemicals/plastics industry (21% of projects, 23% of jobs), while location-wise, Indian companies invested primarily in the Paris Region (Ile-de-France) (26% of projects), Nouvelle-Aquitaine (16%), Bourgogne-Franche-Comté (16%) and Hauts-de-France (16%).

Official delegations from France:

Mrs. Brune Poirson, French Minister of State for Ecological and Inclusive Transition, visited the 2nd Global RE-Invest Renewable Energy Investors’ Meet and Expo on 3 October 2018. Earlier she co-chaired in New Delhi with Mr. Raj Kumar Singh, Minister of Power, and New and Renewable Energy, GoI, a major initiative realised as part of the One Planet Summit: the first Assembly of the International Solar Alliance (ISA).

A delegation from the Comité Champagne (Champagne Committee), led by its Director General, Vincent Perrin, visited India on 4 October 2018 on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the registration of the Champagne geographical indication in the country.

Business France organized the third edition of the “French Tech Tour to India” (a multi-purpose and multi-format platform that brings together French and Indian Tech ecosystems) in the cities of Bangalore, Hyderabad, Mumbai & Delhi from the 30th September to 6th of October 2018.

A 100-member French delegation led by French Ambassador to India attended the Indo-French Investment Conclave & the 11th Urban Mobility India Conference in Nagpur on 2nd November 2018.

Ambassador interacted with the French Business Community at the Conference `Keys to Success in the Indian Market` organized at Le Cercle de l`Union Interalliée (Paris 8) on 8 October 2018 by the consulting firm Mazars in collaboration with the Mission, the Embassy of France, Business France, MEDEF International, CCI France Intl., IFCCI & the French Foreign Trade Advisors.

Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman, Defence Minister, attended the 1st Ministerial Meeting of the Bilateral Annual Defence Dialogue between India & France on 11th October 2018 with the French Minister of Armed Forces, Ms. Florence Parly.


Nepal Nepal
(EEPC Ref. No. DB-2247)

Electricity Transmission Expansion and Supply Improvement Project
Loan No. : 2808/0270/0271-NEP
Financing from ADB               

DB Ref. No.  ADB1046-12/18 
Issued by 

Tamakoshi - Kathmandu 220/400 kV Transmission Line Project
Project Management Directorate
NEA Training Center Complex
Kharipati, Bhaktapur, Nepal
Tel. : +977-1-6620016
Fax : +977-1-6620016
E-mail :; 

Bid No.  ICB-PMD-TKTLP-075/76-01-R 
For  Design, Supply, Installation and Commissioning of New Khimti – Barhabise 400 kV Transmission Line. 
Tender cost 

Non-refundable fee of NRs. 20,000 or an equivalent amount in US Dollars by bank voucher to the Current
Account No. 010 152 4046049012 NEA Tamakoshi-Kathmandu 220 kV Transmission Line Project at the
Kumari Bank Limited, Putalisadak Branch, Kathmandu, Nepal.     

Bid deadline  05.02.2019 
Source  UN Development Business Website 
Bahrain Bahrain
(EEPC Ref. No. MEED-2455)
Tender No.             BAC/260/2018              
Tender for  Tools and workshop equipment 
Tender details  Supply of hand tools and workshop equipment for Bahrain International Airport. The equipment is for
an infrastructure and building maintenance department, and will be used to carry out maintenance of
cooling and ventilation system, high-voltage and low-voltage electrical system, electronic system, and
electromechanical system and civil services such as carpentry works. 
Bid bond  BD 1,000 
Cost of tender documents  BD 50 
Closing date  23.01.2019 
Issued by 

Bahrain Airport Company
P. O. Box 24924
Manama, Bahrain
Tel. : (973) 17353333
Fax : (973) 17331410
E-mail :
Website :

Jordan Jordan
(EEPC Ref. No. MEED-2456)
Tender No.              IFB-201802978/AT              
Tender for  Truck loader cranes 
Tender details  Supply of three 20-tonne truck loader cranes. 
Bid bond  JD 17,000 
Cost of tender documents  JD 116 
Closing date  13.01.2019 
Issued by 

Arab Potash Company
Al-Jahez Street, Shmeisani
Amman, Jordan
Tel. : (9626) 5200520
Fax : (9626) 5200295
Website :

Kuwait Kuwait
(EEPC Ref. No. MEED-2457)
Tender No.              16/2018/2019               
Tender for  Cooling towers 
Tender details  Maintenance and replacement of cooling towers for Faculty of Medicine buildings in Jabriya
for the Construction & Maintenance Department. 
Bid bond  KD 3,500 
Cost of tender documents  KD 150 
Closing date  22.01.2019 
Issued by 

Central Tenders Committee
Kuwait University
P. O. Box 1070
Safat 13011, Kuwait
Tel. : (965) 2401200
Fax : (965) 2416574
E-mail :
Website :; 

Lebanon Lebanon
(EEPC Ref. No. MEED-2458)
Tender for           Laboratory equipment              
Tender details  Supply of laboratory equipment in five lots. 
Bid bond  $ 60,000, $ 55,000, $ 50,000, $ 80,000 and $ 15,000 respectively 
Cost of tender documents  $ 3,000 
Closing date  17.01.2019 
Issued by 

Council for Development & Reconstruction
Legal Affairs Division, Tenders Department
Tallet el-Serail
P. O. Box 11/3170
Beirut Central District, Lebanon
Tel. : (9611) 981431/2
Fax : (9611) 981255
E-mail :
Website : 

United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
(EEPC Ref. No. MEED-2459)
Tender No.              RFX-2121800147              
Tender for  Racking systems 
Tender details  Design, supply, installation and testing of racking systems for various Dewa stores. 
Bid bond  5 per cent of tender price 
Cost of tender documents  AED 1,050 
Closing date  16.01.2019 
Issued by 

Dubai Electricity & Water Authority
Office of the Contracts Manager
Zabeel East, P. O. Box 564
Dubai, UAE
Tel. : (9714) 3244444
Fax : (9714) 3248111
E-mail :
Website :; 

United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
(EEPC Ref. No. MEED-2460)
Tender No.             RFX-2421800097             
Tender for  Laboratory building elevators 
Tender details  Supply and installation of elevators at a laboratory building at central laboratory L station
and carrying out associated civil and MEP works. 
Bid bond  5 per cent of tender price 
Cost of tender documents  AED 525 
Closing date  14.01.2019 
Issued by 

Dubai Electricity & Water Authority
Office of the Contracts Manager
Zabeel East, P. O. Box 564
Dubai, UAE
Tel. : (9714) 3244444
Fax : (9714) 3248111
E-mail :
Website :;

Source website 



Source : High Commission of India, Lima

A Peruvian company intends to import 02 units of paper bags producing machines from India. The HS code for the product is 8441.20.00.00.

Interested members are requested to get in touch with Indian High Commission at the following address :

Mr. Arup Kumar Saha
Head of Chancery & Commercial Representative
Embassy of India to Peru & Bolivia
Lima, Peru
Tel. : +51 1 460 2289
Fax : +51 1 461 0374
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Dated 20 December, 2018

Notification No. 99/2018-Customs (N.T.)

Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue, Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs, Government of India, New Delhi has issued a Notification No. 99/2018-Customs (N.T.), dated 20th December, 2018 regarding Exchange Rates Notification No.99/2018-Custom(NT) dated 20.12.2018. The above Customs Notification has already been hosted in our Website ( for information of our Members.


Steel Market Current Report

Mandi Gobindgarh
Open Market Rates of Rerollables (December 22, 2018)

(Exclusive of GST) (Trade Terms 1% Cash Discount) (Rate Rs. per Tonne)
Arc/Ind. Furnace
Round quality (21x25) 33,900
Structural quality (28x30) 33,900
Low carbon (12x16) -
Semi low carbon (18x21) 34,200
5x6 Girder quality (25x30) -
Runners/Risers 34,200
Bones/Clean -
Billets & Squares  
50x50x63x63x65x65 mm MS -
75x75x80x80x90x90 mm MS 34,200
100x100 mm MS 34,200
125x125 mm MS/ Concast -
100x100 mm Concast-Billets 34,200
100x100 Concast-SAIL DSP 34,200
H.C. Billet SAIL 150x150 mm) -
H.C. Billet-Tisco 75x75 mm) -
Above 251 mm Bloom (HC) 33,800
Above 251 mm Bloom (MS) 33,800
(DSP) Bloom 160x250 mm 33,900
130/135/140 mm (Tisco) MS -
150x150 mm Concast (DSP) 33,900
150x150 mm MS (SAIL) 33,900
Bloom Cut into pcs. (MS) 34,100
Bloom Cut into pcs. (Medium) 33,800
Bloom Cut into (Patra Pass) 33,900

Durgapur Slabs 14"x3" -
Durgapur Slabs -
Bokaro Slab Heavy -
Tata Concast Slab (Heavy) -
Skelp Tisco -
Untested Rail - 75 lbs. 28,700
Untested Rail - 90 lbs. 28,500
Untested Rail - 105 lbs. 28,800
Rej. Wheel (Big) -
Rej. Wheel (Small) 29,200
Cut Tyre (Big) 34,500
Cut Tyre (Small) 29,100
Melting Scrap (F.O.R.)  
Fresh Scrap (Rolling Mill End)  29,800
Old Scrap (Godown) 25,700
Turning 25,100
Tin Tapper 26,700
Sponge Iron 26,100
Pig Iron (F.O.R.)  
Foundry Grade 33,800
Steel Grade 32,500
C.I. Turning 19,100
Degi Scrap 27,100
Deg Casting 36,900
Ingot Moulds (Old) 27,400
Ingot Moulds (New) 37,500
Cut Ingot Moulds 25,000
Open Market Rates of Finished Goods (December 22, 2018)
(Inclusive of GST)
       (Rate per Qntl.)       

M. S. Rounds 4 mm 5 mm 6 mm 8 mm 10 mm 12 mm 16/20 mm 22/25 mm
Mild 4310 4290 4300 4320 4290 4390 4480 4640
Zindi Pass (Drawing) - - - 4330 4290 4090 4480 4490

                  Above rates of 6 mm rounds are of length up to 14’ Above 18’ = 4300

Heavy Rounds 28 to 53 mm 63 to 100 mm 110 to 125 mm 140 to 150 mm 165 mm 180 mm 200 mm
Mild    4440 4490  4490     4490 4490 4520 4560
M. S. Squares 4 mm 5 mm 6 mm 8 mm 10 mm 12 mm 16/20 mm 22/25 mm
Mild 4540
M. S. Angles 20 mm 25 mm 32 mm 40 mm 50 mm 65 mm 75 mm 100 mm 110 mm 150 mm 200  mm
3 mm 4360 4340 4450 4440 4540 4530 - - - - -
5 mm 4300 4300 4440 4540 4530 4540
4540 - - -
6 mm 4380 4380 4440 4440 4530 4540 4540 - - -
8 mm - - 4410 4410 4530 4510 4510 - - -
10 mm - - 4410 4410 4530 4510 4580 4580 - -
12 mm - - 4410 4410 4530 4510 4580 - 4610


16 mm - - 4410 4410 4530 4510 4580 - - -
M. S. Flats 20 mm 25 mm 32 mm 40 mm 50 mm 65 mm 75 mm 100 mm
3 mm 4480 4480 4480 4520 4630 4530 - -
5 mm 4480 4480 4480 4480 4630 4720 4720 4720
6 mm 4480 4470 4480 4480 4630 4720 4720 4720
8 mm 4360 4480 4580 4680 4690 4690
10 mm - - 4360 4480 4580 4680 4690 4690
12/25 mm - - 4360 4480 4580 4680 4690 4690
18/19 Gauge 4440 4420 4570 4480
4580 4680 4690 4690

[Prices at other stockyards may vary]                                          Source : Steel Town (Weekly), December 22, 2018]



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Mahesh K Desai
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91-40-27765793 (R)
Fax : 91-40-27614376
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Arun Kumar Garodia
Tel.: 91-33-40052700
Fax : 91-33-40052800
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B. D. Agarwal
Tel. : 91-33-22487249
Fax : 91-33-22481879
E-mail :

Kamna Raj Aggarwalla
Tel.: 91-181-2642001/02/03/04
Fax : 91-181-2642005
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Telefax : 91-22-2651-0038/2655-6955
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Suranjan Gupta 
Executive Director
Vandhna (4th Floor)
11 Tolstoy Marg 
New Delhi 110 001
Tel.: 91-11-23353353, 23711124/25
Fax : 91-11-23310920
E-mail :

Adhip Mitra
Addl. Executive Director & Secretary
Vanijya Bhavan (1st Floor)
International Trade Facilitation Centre
1/1 Wood Street, Kolkata 700 016
Tel.: 91-33-22890651/52/53
Fax : 91-33-22890654
E-mail :


Anima Pandey
Regional Director & Director (Membership)
Vanijya Bhavan (2nd Floor)
International Trade Facilitation Centre
1/1, Wood Street
Kolkata 700 016
Tel.: 91-33-22890673/74
Fax : 91-33-22890687
E-mail :
Rakesh Suraj
Regional Director
Flat No.10
P, Q, N, 10th Floor
DCM Building
16 Barakhamba Road
New Delhi - 110 001
Tel.: 91-11-23314171/74
Fax : 91-11-23317795
E-mail :
C. H. Nadiger
Regional Director
Greams Dugar (3rd Floor)
149 Greams Road
Chennai 600 006
Tel.: 91-44-28295501, 28295502
Fax : 91-44-28290495
E-mail :
Rajat Srivastava
Regional Director & Director (Marketing & Sales)
B-202 & 220, Aurus Chambers
Annex "B", 2nd Floor Behind Mahindra Tower
S.S. Amrutwar Marg
Worli, Mumbai 400 013
Tel.: 91-22-4212 5555
Fax : 91-22-2495 5486
E-mail :


Sudhakaran C. K. Nair
Deputy Director
TF-313/A(3rd Floor)
ATMA House, Ashram Road
Ahmedabad 380 009
Tel.: 91-79-26588720
E-mail :
J. V. Raja Gopal Rao
Sr. Deputy Director
Embassy Square, 103, First Floor
No.148, Infantry Road
Bengaluru - 560 001
Tel.: 91-80-22261396/22268669
Fax : 91-80-22266914
E-mail :
V. C. Ravish
Sr. Executive Officer
`Soham Mansion` (1st Floor)
No. 5-4-187/3 & 4/4, M.G Road
Secunderabad 500 003
Tel.: 91-40-27536704
Fax : 91-40-27536705
E-mail :
Opinder Singh
Deputy Director
Plot Comm. 1, Focal Point
Jalandhar 144 012
Tel.: 91-181-2602264
Fax : 91-181-2601124
E-mail :

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