The International Trade Division of Bombay Chamber is a conduit for transferring ideas, knowledge and expertise to promote two-way trade, investment, technology transfer, commercial and industrial relations between India and most developed countries.
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Trade Information Services
- Meetings with visiting overseas delegations from various countries
- Chambers trade Delegation visits to countries abroad
- Arranges business meetings
- Access to Trade Directories in the Chamber's library
- Dissemination of trade inquiries through Chamber publications
- Free Trade Agreements
Organises Country specific and Product/ Industry specific Seminars and Conferences.
Other Related Services
The International Trade Committee (ITC) part of ITRD, offers extended services to its members.
Membership of International Trade Relations Division
The annual membership fee for the Division is Rs. 1,500/- (for members of Bombay Chamber) and Rs. 2,000/- (for non-members).
Members of the International Trade Division could nominate their representatives on various Binational Business Committees (BNBCs) NOMINATION FORM
Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreements (BIPAs):
The Government of India, Ministry of Finance, Department of Economic Affairs vide D.O. Letter No: 26/5/2011-IC of Mr. Rajesh Khullar, IAS, Joint Secretary has requested for obtaining comments from members of Bombay Chamber of Commerce and Industry on Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreements (BIPAs).
You are kindly requested to send us your response by or before 13th of June 2011 to Mr. Pran Daniell, Joint Director at email@example.com
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