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NE trade centre opened in Bangkok

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, March 26 � In a welcome development for the North-East, the first overseas office of the Industries and Trade Fair Association of Assam (ITFAA) was opened in Bangkok on Friday with the signing of an MoU with the Thai Chambers of Commerce (TCC).

Anusorn Muttaraid, chairman of the Thailand-India Business Council (Thai Chamber of Commerce), while inaugurating the office, said that the office would play a crucial and catalyst�role in strengthening the bilateral ties between the two regions.

�Now the people of Thailand will not have to depend on Mumbai or Kolkata to get information about the North-East.�

The office, the first of its kind in Thailand from the North-East, will be the meeting point for building socio-cultural and trade relationship with Thailand.

The Indian Ambassador to Thailand, Pinak Ranjan Chakravarty congratulated the ITFAA for opening its liaison office in Thailand which he feels will greatly help the entrepreneurs from the North-East to establish business relationship with Thailand.

Rajesh Das, vice-president, ITFAA said the MoU, once executed, was expected to change the face of the North-East and take the region closer to South East Asia. He said that as per the MoU, the ITFAA and the Thai Chamber of Commerce would identify different trade opportunities and pursue those to facilitate business-to-business interface through trade delegations of both the organisations.

Both the trade organisations will identify products that could be exported and imported from India and Thailand and enable the companies to have access to information about what drives the market in both countries.

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NE trade centre opened in Bangkok

GUWAHATI, March 26 � In a welcome development for the North-East, the first overseas office of the Industries and Trade Fair Association of Assam (ITFAA) was opened in Bangkok on Friday with the signing of an MoU with the Thai Chambers of Commerce (TCC).

Anusorn Muttaraid, chairman of the Thailand-India Business Council (Thai Chamber of Commerce), while inaugurating the office, said that the office would play a crucial and catalyst�role in strengthening the bilateral ties between the two regions.

�Now the people of Thailand will not have to depend on Mumbai or Kolkata to get information about the North-East.�

The office, the first of its kind in Thailand from the North-East, will be the meeting point for building socio-cultural and trade relationship with Thailand.

The Indian Ambassador to Thailand, Pinak Ranjan Chakravarty congratulated the ITFAA for opening its liaison office in Thailand which he feels will greatly help the entrepreneurs from the North-East to establish business relationship with Thailand.

Rajesh Das, vice-president, ITFAA said the MoU, once executed, was expected to change the face of the North-East and take the region closer to South East Asia. He said that as per the MoU, the ITFAA and the Thai Chamber of Commerce would identify different trade opportunities and pursue those to facilitate business-to-business interface through trade delegations of both the organisations.

Both the trade organisations will identify products that could be exported and imported from India and Thailand and enable the companies to have access to information about what drives the market in both countries.