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Vol I, Issue-VI, April-May 2009

Mr. Mohan Suresh, FISME President briefing media in Bangalore on the occasion of the visit of the Chinese Delegation from Nantong (China)

Pictorial Overview


Chinese Business Delegation


Why Invest in Nantong & NETDA




Useful Contacts in DENMARK


Business Opportunities


Fairs and Exhibitions


New Members Federation of Indian Micro and Small & Medium Enterprises (FISME)

B - 4/161 Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi - 110029 INDIA Telephone: +91 - 11 - 26187948, +91 - 11 - 26712064, +91 - 11 - 46023157, +91 - 11 - 46018592 Fax:+91 - 11 - 26109470 E-mail: Website:


PICTORIAL OVERVIEW FISME hosts NETDA (China) delegation : Interface with ITeS/BPO Sector in Bangalore

From left to right: Ms. Kathy Cai, Project Manager - Business Development, State-level Nantong Economic & Technological Development Area, NETDA Administrative Committee, China; Ms. Flora Tian, ICEC Council, China; Mr. Chen Xiao Dong, Vice Secretary and Vice Director, Nantong Economic & Technological Development Area, China; Mr. Mohan Suresh, President, FISME; Mr. Anil Bhardwaj, Secretary General, FISME

Mr. Chen Xiao Dong, Vice Secretary and Vice Director, Nantong Economic & Technological Development Area, China, addressing the Press Meet

China's Nantong lures IT/BPO sector Post the global slowdown, the ASEAN region, consisting of China, Japan, South Korea and India among others, is looking to boost growth. And China wants the Indian IT/ BPO sector to pay attention to markets closer to home. "It is time India stopped looking Westward and took a look at the multi-billion dollar market in the East," said Anil Bhardwaj, Secretary General, Federation of Indian Micro and Small and Medium Enterprises (FISME). He was speaking at a press meet held by the India-China Economic and Cultural Council (ICEC), based in Beijing, and FISME to invite Indian IT and BPO companies to Nantong's technology park. The Nantong Economic and Technological Development Area (NETDA) will provide all necessary infrastructure for the companies to service markets in China and the ASEAN region, Chen Xiao Dong, vice secretary and vice director of NETDA, said. The NETDA technology park is an hour's travel from Shanghai. Courtesy: Bangalore Mirror (12 May 2009)

Humming with activities

“Access and Serve the Chinese & Global Markets from IT/ BPO Park, Nantong, China�. Press Meet in Bangalore on 11th May 2009

Chinese Business Delegation



A Chinese gateway for Indian ITES/ BPO companies to counter slowdown

Mr. Chen Xiao Dong, Vice Secretary and Vice Director, Nantong Economic & Technological Development Area, China

Ms. Flora Tian, ICEC Council, China, addressing the audience at a Seminar in Bangalore on 11th May 2009

A multibillion dollar opportunity is awaiting to be tapped by Indian ITES/ BPO companies in the underserved ITES/ BPO markets within the emerging trade bloc of ASEAN with three Asian giants: Japan, China and South Korea. To exploit the huge opportunity, a world-class technology park is coming up, within one-hour distance from Shanghai, at Nantong. Located amidst the highest concentration of China's best 250 Universities, Nantong is strategically placed and being developed to access and serve ITES and BPO markets of China and ASEAN+3 (Japan, China and South Korea). Speaking on the sidelines of an interactive meeting with the top Indian ITES/ BPO companies in Bangalore coordinated by Electronics City Industries' Association, Mr. Chen Xiao Dong, the Vice Secretary and Vice Director of Nantong Economic and Technological Development Area (NETDA), appreciated the technological skills of Indian companies. Adding further he said that while the ASEAN+3 presents excellent opportunity during global recession, the culture, language and business practices of the region make it difficult to access as these are markedly different from the Western markets where Indian companies have been very successful. With Indian expertise and Nantong's hard-and-soft infrastructure coupled with legendry business support systems of Chinese government, Indian ITES/ BPO companies can substantially enhance their business in the region. Mr. Chen was leading a five-member NETDA delegation to India to invite Indian companies to establish their business presence in Nantong. The visit was coordinated by the Beijing-based India-China Economic and Cultural Council (ICEC) and the New Delhibased Federation of Indian Micro and Small & Medium Enterprises (FISME).


Ms. Joan Huang Commercial Representative

Federation of Indian Micro and Small & Medium Enterprises (FISME) ICEC 15A, Gold Island Orchid Court Apartments, No. 1 Xibahe South Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing - 100028 People’s Republic of China Telephone:+86 - 10 - 64403813, 64402242, 64402222, Fax:+86 - 10 - 64403340 E-mail: | Website :

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Why Invest in Nantong & NETDA



Nantong City An established industrial coastal city in Jiangsu Province has been an open city since early 1984 when the Central Government first decided to open up its 14 coastal cities to the outside world. Nantong has an area of 8,001 Square Kilometers and a population of 7.73 million. In 2007, Nantong City recorded a GDP of 211.1 billion RMB and tax revenues of 30.07 billion. With FDI exceeding 10 billion US dollars and paid-in capital 3.0 billion US dollars, Nantong is ranked as the 3rd largest FDI recipient in Jiangsu Province and among the top 15 recipients in China. Nantong has long been well recognized as the Gateway to the Yangtze River. It’s strategic location on the Yangtze River estuary, near Shanghai, makes it an ideal destination for foreign investments.

Nantong Economic-Technological Development Area (NETDA)

World's longest stayed-cable bridge: The Sutong Yangtze River Bridge

Some 100 km north of Shanghai, China, is a long established national-level industrial zone basically focused on Advanced Materials, Specialty Polymers and Engineering Parts Manufacturing to serve the vibrant Greater Shanghai community and Asia-Pacific Region. NETDA was officially set up by the Central Government in Nantong City, Jiangsu Province back in December1984 to serve foreign-invested businesses. NETDA master plan covers a total of 147 Square Kilometers and is spread along the Yangtze River. With unrivalled waterway transport and inexhaustible fresh water resources, NETDA is gaining momentum as an unrivalled industrial site. NETDA was approved by the State Council on December 19, 1984, and it is one of the China's 14 first State-level Development Areas. Nantong Development Area faces the international metropolis Shanghai across the Yangtze River. The world's longest stayed-cable bridge, the Sutong Yangtze River Bridge, is situated in Nantong. With its strategic geographic location, perfect investment environment and sound industrial foundation, NETDA has become an area of investment from all over the world. The infrastructures are readily in place including road, water, drainage, wastewater treatment, industrial gases, electricity, telecommunications and access to ports and levied-land. NETDA offers a modern equipment manufacturing, modern textile, and fine chemical and new pharmaceutical industries. After more than 20 years of development, now Nantong is home to over 500 foreign investment enterprises, with a total investment of nearly US $8 billion, from 30 countries.

Outsourcing industry in NETDA NETDA stresses on developing itself as a major international outsourcing hub; and in this strive it has already formed outsourcing industry structure on Biological medicine, IT Services, Logistics Services, Commercial Services, Costume R&D Center etc. The Commercial District of NETDA covers a land of 2,000 Chinese Mu with 1.63 million construction area, 40% of this area is reserved for the outsourcing industry. With the construction of Ctrip Commercial Center, Costume R&D, NETDA Outsourcing Building etc, NETDA is becoming the ideal destination for outsourcing industry.

Investment Service NETDA Administration Committee is authorized to administer and coordinate the development of the whole industrial estate. It offers one-stop investment services including registry of incorporation, customs house, taxation, insurance, accounting, lawyer's office, banking and many others. NETDA provides an environment for easy documentation/approval of entry/exit of foreign expatriates or local employees for overseas training. For more information, please visit



I.T. Rules amended to enforce prompt payment for supplies taken from MSEs In a recent amendment to the Income-Tax Rules, delayed payments to MSEs will incur payment of interest at 18 % per annum compounded annually; in addition it will entail liability to pay income-tax on such interest. "Delayed payments to MSEs will not only entail payment of interest to the affected MSEs at 18% p.a. compounded monthly (effective rate 19.56%) but will also entail liability to pay income-tax (at as much as 33.99% presently) on such interest, which is inadmissible as expenditure deductible from taxable income," reads a notification released by the Ministry of Finance, Government of India. (for more information, visit:

Public grievances click away Thanks to the launch of the web portal by the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, a nodal agency of the Government of India,. Through this portal people can now lodge their complaints online and seek redresal pertaining to various Departments and Ministries.

SBI building 'SME cadre' State Bank of India has initiated a drive to build an 'SME cadre'. Under the 'SME Gyan Chadha' programme, the bank is offering specialised training to over 1,000 officers, including probationary and trainee officers (with less than five years service in the grade). Courtesy: Business Line (May 28, 2009)

PNB, DFC join hands to provide working capital to SMEs Small and medium borrowers taking term-loans from the Delhi Financial Corporation(DFC) will now be eligible for working capital loans from Punjab National Bank(PNB). According to an MoU inked by PNB and DFC, borrowers availing term loans from DFC will be eligible for availing working capital facilities from PNB. Courtesy: Business Standard (May 29, 2009)

Saudi ban on Indian seafood exports goes Saudi Arabia has lifted the ban on Indian seafood imports that had been in place for several years now. The lifting of the ban is expected to reduce the costs to both the exporter and the importer. It is also expected to boost both the low and high-end seafood product exports. Courtesy: Business Line (May 19, 2009)

Safeguarding against import surge from Singapore

The Departments and Ministries that have been brought under the ambit of this people-centric initiatives are: Railways, Posts, Telecom (including the Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) & Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL)), Delhi Development Authority (DDA), Land & Development Office (L&DO), Central Public Works Department (CPWD), Petroleum & Natural Gas, Civil Aviation (Air India, Airports Authority of India), Shipping, Road Transport & Highways, Tourism, Public Sector Banks, etc. However, grievances concerning to policy matters, commercial contracts, decision involving quasi-judicial procedure, matters which are sub-judice, matters earlier disposed of at the level of Minister and frivolous complaints have been kept away from the purview of the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances (DGP) online endeavour.

The domestic industry need not, hereafter, unduly worry about any surge in imports from Singapore on account of the preferential treatment under the India-Singapore Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA). The Centre has now put in place a safeguard mechanism to tackle situations of serious injury or threat of serious injury to the domestic industry owing to increased imports from Singapore. Courtesy: Business Line (May 21, 2009)

Andhra's Uppada Jamdani Saris get GI status Believed to be more than 300 years old handicraft, Uppada Jamdani Saris from Andhra Pradesh is the latest product to get Geographical Indications (GI) certification. The registration allows approximately 1,500 weavers from Kothapalli Mandal of the East Godhavari district in Andhra Pradesh exclusive rights for production and marketing of products by the said name. Courtesy: The Financial Express (May 14, 2009) For more information, please visit



Union Bank to centralise more backend operations As part of its business process re-engineering (BPR) initiative, the public sector Union Bank of India plans to centralise more of its back office operations soon. This includes system for opening up of accounts, issue of TDS certificates, interest certificates for housing loans and ECS management.


Courtesy: Business Standard (May 14, 2009)

Banks asked to review loan policies for medium, small units The Reserve Bank of India has asked banks to put in place policies pertaining to restructuring/ rehabilitation of potentially viable sick enterprises and non-discretionary one-time settlement for recovery of non-performing loans. Banks may allow Cash Credit/Over Draft against stock and receivables under one facility, the RBI said. It asked banks to introduce centralised credit processing cells for single point appraisal, sanction, documentation, renewal and enhancement. Lending in case of all advances up to Rs 2 crore may be done on the basis of scoring model, the RBI pointed out. RBI asked banks to focus on opening more specialized micro, small and medium enterprise branches.

FISME Policy Paper SME Policy Series Towards Establishing Modern Insolvency and Bankruptcy Codes for Small Enterprises in India

Courtesy: Business Line (May 07, 2009)

Canara Bank unveils SME Sulabh Canara Bank has launched 'SME Sulabh' a new business model for increasing credit flow to the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) sector. SME Sulabh centralised processing centres are established initially at seven places in Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Coimbatore, Delhi, Hyderabad and Mumbai.


Courtesy: Business Line (May 4, 2009)

Banks tap $5 billion SME market With more than 20 million small and medium enterprises, major private and public banks are betting big on this sector. HSBC has decided to add another 35,000-40,000 clients this year. State Bank of India too has initiated measures like setting up centralised processing cells for faster processing of credit proposals beyond Rs 1 crore, ensuring approval within 14 days. Courtesy: Business Standard (May 9, 2009)


Useful Contacts in DENMARK



Danish Federation of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Amaliegade 31 DK-1256 Copenhagen K DENMARK Telephone : +45 33932000 Fax : +45 33320174 E-mail : Website :

Danish Design Centre H C Andersens Boulevard 27 DK-1553 Copenhagen V DENMARK Telephone : +45 33693369 Fax : +45 33693300 E-mail : Website :

The Danish Import Promotion Programme (DIPP) Børsen Slotsholmsgade, DK-1217 Copenhagen K DENMARK Telephone : +45 33746000 Fax : +45 33746080 E-mail : Website :

IFU, IØ & IFV (Danish International Investment Funds) Bremerholm 4 DK-1069 Copenhagen K DENMARK Telephone : +45 33637500 Fax : +45 33322524 E-mail : Website :

Confederation of Danish Industries H C Andersens Boulevard 18 DK-1787 Copenhagen V DENMARK Telephone : +45 33773377 Fax : +45 33773300 E-mail : Website :

The Danish Chamber of Commerce Børsen 1217 København K DENMARK Telephone : +45 3374 6000 Fax : +45 3374 6080 E-mail : Website :

Association of Danish Furniture Industries Center Boulevard 5 DK-2300 Copenhagen S DENMARK Telephone : +45 70268111 Fax : +45 70268332 E-mail : Website :

Danish Bacon and Meat Council Axeltorv 3 DK-1609 Copenhagen V DENMARK Telephone : +45 33116050 Fax : +45 33116814 E-mai : Website :

Danish Dairy Board Frederiks Allé 22 DK-8000 Århus C DENMARK Telephone : +45 87312000 Fax : +45 87312001 E-mail : Website :

Danish Windturbine Manufactures Association Vester Voldgade 106 DK-1552 Copenhagen V DENMARK Telephone : +45 33730330 Fax : +45 33730333 E-mail : Website : Website :

Export Promotion Denmark Vester Farimagsgade 1 DK-1606 Copenhagen V DENMARK Telephone : +45 33321711 Fax : +45 33321910 E-mail : Website :

Danish Shipowners' Association Amaliegade 33 DK-1256 Copenhagen K DENMARK Telephone : +45 33114088 Fax : +45 33116210 E-mail : Website :

Danish Energy Agency Amaliegade 44 DK-1256 Copenhagen K DENMARK Telephone : +45 33926700 Fax : +45 33114743 E-mail : Website :

Danish Forest and Nature Agency Haraldsgade 53 DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø DENMARK Telephone : +45 39472000 Fax : +45 39279899 E-mail : Website :

Danmarks National Bank Havnegade 5 DK-1093 Copenhagen K DENMARK Telephone : +45 33636363 Fax : +45 33637103 E-mail : Website :

Invest in Denmark (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark) Asiatisk Plads 2 DK-1448 Copenhagen K DENMARK Telephone : +45 33920000 Fax : +45 32540533 E-mail : Website :

The Directorate for Food, Fisheries and Agri Business Kampmannsgade 3 DK-1780 Copenhagen V DENMARK Telephone : +45 33958000 Fax : +45 33958080 E-mail : Website :

Statistics Denmark Sejrøgade 11 DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø DENMARK Telephone : +45 39173917 Fax : +45 39173999 E-mail : Website :

Danish Employers' Confederation Vester Voldgade 113 DK-1790 Copenhagen V DENMARK Telephone : +45 33389000 Fax : +45 33122976 E-mail : Website :

Danish Patent and Trademark Office Helgeshøj Allé 81 DK-2630 Taastrup DENMARK Telephone : +45 43508000 Fax : +45 43508001 E-mail : Website : Website :

Danish Standards Association Kollegievej 6 DK-2920 Charlottenlund DENMARK Telephone : +45 39966101 Fax : +45 39966102 E-mail : Website :

The Danish International Development Assistance (DANIDA) Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Asiatisk Plads 2 DK-1448 Copenhagen K DENMARK Telephone : +45 33920000 Fax : +45 32540533 Website :

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Asiatisk Plads 2 DK-1448 Copenhagen K DENMARK Telephone : +45 33920000 Fax : +45 32540533 E-mail : Website :

Ministry of Economic and Business Affairs Slotsholmsgade 10-12 DK-1216 Copenhagen K DENMARK Telephone : +45 33923350 Fax : +45 33123778 E-mail : Website :

For more information, please visit

Business Opportunities


DC-MSME invites applications from MSEs for participation Applications are invited from registered Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) for participation in the below mentioned fair through nearest Director, MSME-DIs, on first-cum-first-serve basis and avail subsidy under the SSI-MDA scheme of the Office of DC (MSME), Ministry of MSME. INDIA SHOW 2009 30 September- 3 October 2009 LENEXPO Exhibition Complex, St. Petersburg, Russia

For participation and further details contact: Nearest branch of MSME - Development Institute or DC/Deputy Director (Marketing Assistance) office the DC-MSME Telephone: 011-23062992, Email: For more details visit

Business Opportunities with Kuwait Areas of interest

Name & Address Abdul Aziz M.T. Alghanim Trade & Contstruction Co., P.O. Box 3204 - Safat, 13033 - Safat, Kuwait Telephone : 2430100 / 2437310 | Fax : 2410473 Email :

Contractor - Mechanical, Electrical, Civil

Abdulaziz Al Saqabi Consulting Engineers P.O. Box 5140 - Safat, 13052 - Safat, Kuwait Telephone : 4832094 | Fax : 4841553 Email : aac@qualitynet.Net

Engineering Design Companies for Oil Sector

Abdullah Hamad Al Saqar & Brothers Co. P.O. Box 244 - Safat, 13003 - Safat, Kuwait Telephone : 2455541, 2432980 | Fax : 4811155, 2434735 Email :

Contractor - Mechanical, Electrical, Civil

Ahmad Yousif Abdulla Al Mailem & Bros. Co., P.O. Box 4692 - Safat,13047 - Safat, Kuwait Telephone : 884737, 4831070 | Fax : 4821035 Email :

Tyres, Tubes, Batteries, Auto glass, Auto Spare Parts

The 6th International Marble, Natural Stone Products and Technologies Exhibition 5th – 8th Nov 2009 VENUE : CNR EXPO Istanbul -Turkey ORGANIZER : CNR Expo Trade Fairs

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Packaging systems Slate Abrasives Computerized technologies Blocks ( stone, marble, granite) Block cutting machinery Electric tools Diamonds

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Hydraulic systems Equipment for Quarrying Adhesives Interior & exterior coatings Construction machinery Processed blocks Generators

For details contact: Mukesh Kalra Joint Secretary (International Trade) Federation of Indian Micro and Small & Medium Enterprises (FISME) B - 4/161 Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi - 110029 Telephone : +91 - 11 - 26187948, 26712064, 46023157, 46018592 | Fax : +91 - 11 - 26109470 E-mail : | Website : For more information, please visit


Fairs and Exhibitions


Event International Property Expo

01-03 August 2009 Pragati Maidan, New Delhi -110 001 INDIA

Inside Outside MEGA SHOW


Date & Venue

06-09 August 2009 Harsheela Resorts Ludhiana Punjab INDIA

Media Expositions & Events 112-A Sant Nagar, G. F., East of Kailash, New Delhi - 110065 INDIA Telephone Telephone Fax Email Website

10-12 August 2009 Pragati Maidan, New Delhi - 110001 INDIA

01-03 August 2009 Pragati Maidan, New Delhi - 110001 INDIA

+91-22-22882536 +91-22-22882537 +91-22-22882538 +91-22-22882539 +91-22-22882540

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+91-11-46867500 +91-11- 46867521

Exhibitions India Pvt. Ltd. 217 B, 2nd Floor, Okhla Industrial Estate Phase III, New Delhi - 110 020 INDIA Telephone Fax Email Website

SME EXPO - TRANSPORT 19-21 August 2009 INFRASTRUCTURE 2009 Bombay Exhibition Centre - NSE Exhibition Complex Goregaon (East), Mumbai INDIA

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Nns Events & Exhibitions Pvt Ltd Meri Delhi House, 25/ 10, East Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi - 110026 INDIA Telephone Fax Email Email Website Website


+91-11-26236933 +91-11-41620861 +91-11-41620861

Business India Exhibitions 4/5, 1st Floor, Churchill Chambers, 32 Boman Behram Marg, Colaba, Mumbai - 400 021 INDIA Telephone Telephone Telephone Telephone Fax Email Website

5th FOOD & TECHNOLOGY 07-09 August 2009 EXPO - 2009 Pragati Maidan, New Delhi - 110001 INDIA

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Visitor's Profile • Residential & Commercial Property Seekers • Investors in Real Estate • Corporate Property Managers • Engineers & Planners • Corporate & Private Investors • Architects

Visitor's Profile: • Importers & Exporters of Decoration • Home & Office Design • Handicraft Products • Gifts & Souvenirs • Home Exhibitions • Kitchen & Bathroom accessories

Visitor's Profile • Sign Makers • Advertising Agencies • Graphic Designers • Brand Managers • Interior & Exterior Designers • Bill Boards • Event Managers • Shopping Centre Management • Corporate Identity Managers Visitor's Profile: • Planners and technocrats • Corporate and industry professionals • Financial institutes and investors • Machinery components suppliers and dealers

+91-11- 4279 5000 +91-11-4279 5098/99

INIS Enterprises Private Limited 210, Atlanta Estate, Vitth Bhatti, Goregaon East, Mumbai INDIA Telephone Telephone Fax Email Email Email Website

Event Profile

+91-22-28763111 +91-22- 40470600 +91-22-28765444

Media Expositions & Events 112-A Sant Nagar, G. F., East of Kailash, New Delhi - 110065 INDIA Telephone : +91-11-26236933 Telephone : +91-11-41620861 Fax : +91-11-41620861 Email : Email: Website :

Visitor's Profile: • Engineering & Design Consultants • Construction Companies • Construction Contractors • Handling Equipments • Construction Equipments & Vehicles • IT Infrastructure Companies

Visitor's Profile: • Architects and interior designers Property developers • Departmental/chain stores • Importers and exporters of office furniture • Retailers into interior design products

For more information, please visit


New Members


Dhir International Pvt. Ltd. 299, Phase - 2, Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon - 122016 State: Haryana INDIA Telephone Telephone Fax Email

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+91 - 124 - 3917649 +91 - 124 - 3917649 +91 - 124 - 3917633

Products Manufactured : Readymade Garments Countries of Export : Europe, Asia Area of Interest : Export, Import

Vishwakarma Scales Pvt. Ltd. 166, Nehru Nagar, Roorkee State: Uttarakhand INDIA

Saluja World Trade Linkers 5075, Main Bazaar, Pahar Ganj Delhi INDIA

Telephone : +91 - 1332 - 263209 Fax : +91 - 1332 - 260259 Email :

Telephone : +91 - 11 - 23581469 Fax : +91 - 11 - 23562523 Email :

Products Manufactured : Weighbridge & weigh in motion systems Countries of Export : Bangladesh, Kuwait, UK, Africa Area of Interest : Export, Import

Products Manufactured : Readymade Garments Countries of Export : Europe, UK, the Middle-East Area of Interest : Export

Glade Garments Pvt. Ltd. G-267, Sarita Vihar, New Delhi - 110076 INDIA

Rohan Global Inc 16/57, West Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi INDIA

Delhi Factory Owners' Federation 43/5, Kanti Nagar, Main Krishna Nagar, Delhi - 110051 INDIA

Telephone : +91 - 11 - 26971915 Fax : +91 - 11 - 41724167 Email :

Telephone Telephone Fax Email

Telephone : +91 - 11 - 22098706 Fax : +91 - 11 - 41021000 Email :

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+91 - 11 - 27916565 +91 - 11 - 27911012 +91 - 11 - 27916759

Products Manufactured : Ready Made Garments Countries of Export : Turkey, Romania, Canada Area of Interest : Export

Products Manufactured : Ladies readymade garments

Rekognation J-429-43, Sitaura Indl Area, Jaipur State: Rajasthan INDIA

Deepak Mfg. Co. 5531, Basti Harphool Singh, 2nd Floor, Sethi Building, Sadar Thana Road, Delhi - 110006 INDIA

Telephone : +91 - 141 - 2771564 Fax : +91 - 141 - 5122125 Email :

Telephone : +91 - 11 - 23545980 Fax : +91 - 11 - 23512870 Email :

Products Manufactured : Readymade Garments Countries of Export : Japan, USA, Turkey, European countries Area of Interest : Export

Products Manufactured : Fashion Jewellery Countries of Export : Germany, Spain, Australia, Portugal, France, Hong Kong, Canada, Russia, Italy, Lebanon Area of Interest : Export

Apsana Global Sugandhy Private Limited B-26, Sector-58, G.B. Nagar, Noida - 201301 State: Uttar Pradesh INDIA

Alpine International Sushant Lok-I, Sector-43, Gurgaon - 122002 State: Haryana INDIA

Meerut Industrial Development Forum Sai Dham Victoria Park, Meerut - 250001 State: Uttar Pradesh INDIA

Telephone : +91 - 120 - 4325491 Fax : +91 - 120 - 4256529 Email :

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Products Manufactured : All types of tobacco products,

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+91 - 124 - 4273728 +91 - 124 - 4057947/8 +91 - 124 - 4051028

Unique Fashion Accessories 1/851, Street No. 18, Hari Nagar Extn, Badarpur, New Delhi - 110044 INDIA Telephone Telephone Telephone Fax Email

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+91 - 11 - 24528459 +91 - 11 - 65746847 +91 - 11 - 2665482 +91 - 11 - 26667395

Products Manufactured : Garments, Fashion Accessories Countries of Export : France, Portugal, USA, Canada, Austria, Italy, Denmark, Turkey Area of Interest : Export, Import

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+91 - 121 - 4024483 +91 - 121 - 4024484 +91 - 121 - 2760075

Pan Masala, Gutkha etc

Countries of Export : Afghanistan, Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Yemen Area of Interest : Export

Products Manufactured :Edible Oils, Agri Products, plastics,carpets, granites, ceramicware, terracottaware Countries of Export : China Area of Interest : Export

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