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Special meeting next week to prepare for holding first Jordanian-Indian Forum

By JT - Nov 02,2015 - Last updated at Nov 02,2015

AMMAN — Indian Ambassador to Jordan Anil Trigunayat on Monday said he will invite businesspeople and several private sector institutions for a special meeting next week to prepare for holding the first Jordanian-Indian Forum at the start of 2016, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.

Trigunayat made his remarks during a meeting with board members of the  Jordan Businessmen Association (JBA) to make an economic work programme between his embassy and the association, enhancing the results of  India president's visit to Jordan last month.

The ambassador said the forum will be an important chance to discuss joint projects between Jordanian and Indian businesspeople. He added that the discussions come in light of the Indian government's allocation a $100 million private fund through the Export-Import Bank of India to support and encourage exports for joint bilateral projects implemented in the Kingdom or India.

JBA President Hamdi Tabaa stressed the importance of true partnerships between businesspeople of both countries in light of investment incentives announced by Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour on Saturday, especially in the field of IT, noting that the association is ready to offer all facilitations for the success of the Jordanian-Indian forum, Petra reported.

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