Trivandrum, India (INS News) — A nine member Polish Trade Delegation headed by Mr. Bogulsaw Kisiel, Commercial Counsellor, Embassy of the Republic of Poland in India visited Cochin for a discussion with the representatives of the Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry, exploring the possibilities of strengthening the two-way trade.
Mr. Bogulsaw Kisiel stated that the process of modernisation and infrastructure building initiated in India and Polands geographical locations, its integration with European Union and attractive facilities for investment could be tapped for mutual benefits by the business community in both countries. There is scope for increasing export of agro based products including processed food items to Poland from Kerala.
Tea, coffee, cotton yarn, fabrics & made ups, drugs and pharmaceuticals are the main items exported to Poland. Imports to India mainly consists of organic chemicals, iron & steel, electronic machinery and transport equipment’s.
Poland has technology and export and expertise which can be benefit to India. Machinery equipment for power plant, constriction and modernisation of Ports & Ship repair yards, Supply of Fishing Vessels, Infrastructure and transport projects. Machinery and equipment for food Industry, equipment and services for irrigation, water supply & treatment sewage plants etc; Joint ventures in different branches of Industry are the main areas of possible co-operation.
Mr, Radhakrishnan, President Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry, former president, Mr. Vydya Sagar, Vice-president Mr. Bharat N Khona, Advisor M.A. Thomas and other members of the Chamber participated in the discussion.
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