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Asian Paints arm, Berger Paints Pakistan in pact

Our Bureau

Mumbai , May 5

ASIAN Paints India Ltd has informed the BSE that Berger International Ltd (BIL), its Singapore-based subsidiary, has entered into a technical consultancy and advice arrangement with Berger Paints Pakistan.

This arrangement puts at Berger Paints Pakistan Ltd's disposal, through Berger International Ltd, the technical expertise and technology of the Asian Paints group companies.

Mr Jalaj Dani, Chairman, Berger International Ltd, said: "Our expertise in the area of technology is being valued by international paint companies. We are glad to enter into this arrangement with Berger Paints Pakistan. This is another good revenue opportunity for Berger International Ltd."

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