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MMA-Indian American biz body tie up

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Chennai, Sept. 4

The Madras Management Association (MMA) announced its tie up with the Indian American Business Promotion Council (IABPC) here on Monday in order to promote and provide information for creating new businesses and setting up joint ventures in the US and in India, according to Major S. Lakshmanan, Executive Director, MMA.

The tie up would also look to provide links and relationships with the US city, State and Federal legislative bodies. Apart from this, it would look to propagate the economic reforms made in India to attract FDI, and guide US corporations that have interest in Indian businesses.

Major Lakshmanan said that the tie up would look to encourage small and medium Indian companies to go to the US to do business.

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