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World Trade Centre in Bangalore

By The Assam Tribune

BANGALORE, Aug 25 (PTI): Bangalore, known as the silicon capital of the country, has joined the global network of World Trade Centres with the establishment of a World Trade Centre, a global hub for international business in the city.

The Bangalore-based leading developer Brigade Group, today announced that it has obtained license from World Trade Centers Association (WTCA) to classify and manage their one million square feet office tower here as the World Trade Centre (WTC).

With this, Bangalore becomes the second city in the country to have a WTC with the first being located in Mumbai and joins the global network of World Trade Centers currently located in 100 countries.

The WTCA, headquartered in New York city, was established in 1970 as a non-profit organisation to promote growth of international trade by establishing WTCs throughout the world.

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World Trade Centre in Bangalore

BANGALORE, Aug 25 (PTI): Bangalore, known as the silicon capital of the country, has joined the global network of World Trade Centres with the establishment of a World Trade Centre, a global hub for international business in the city.

The Bangalore-based leading developer Brigade Group, today announced that it has obtained license from World Trade Centers Association (WTCA) to classify and manage their one million square feet office tower here as the World Trade Centre (WTC).

With this, Bangalore becomes the second city in the country to have a WTC with the first being located in Mumbai and joins the global network of World Trade Centers currently located in 100 countries.

The WTCA, headquartered in New York city, was established in 1970 as a non-profit organisation to promote growth of international trade by establishing WTCs throughout the world.

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