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APCCIF Looks at Business Opportunities in UK

Published: 19th September 2015 05:35 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th September 2015 05:37 AM   |  A+A-

VIJAYAWADA:Members of AP Chambers of Commerce and Industry Federation showed interest for business collaboration with the United Kingdom during an interactive meeting with UK Trade and Investment team of British Deputy High Commission, organised here Friday.

The meeting, chaired by APCCIF president-elect M Murali Krishna focused on auto, air space, real estate, infrastructure among others. The issues like present trade collaborations, business opportunities for both sides and support is available for such ventures were discussed.

At present, UK’s trade with India is to the tune of Rs 15,000 crore with exports from India amounting to Rs 9,500 crore. Speaking on the occasion, British deputy high commission advisor Joseph John and regional advisor Subbu Lakshmi Subramanian said there is a huge scope for expanding the trade between the two countries.

Ch RK Prasad of Kusalava International, S Ganesh of Liners India limited, M Subramanyam of Mithra agencies, V Venkateswara Rao of Saf Environ and MV Srinivas of RAdha Madhav Toyota attended the meeting.

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