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`Made in India' show in S Africa from July 18

Our Bureau

NEW DELHI, July 13

IN order to further strengthen the trade ties between India and South Africa, the `Made in India' show is being organised in Johannesburg between July 18-21.

In a statement, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), the organisers of the event, have said that a 28-member Indian delegation, including high-ranking Government officials and Indian CEOs, would accompany the Minister. The Minister of State for Co mmerce and Industry, Mr Omar Abdullah, is to be present at the inaugural ceremony.

Among the CEOs participating in the delegation include the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman, Infosys Technologies Ltd, Mr N.R. Narayana Murthy; Advisor, Tata Infotech Ltd; and the Chairman, Tata International Ltd, Mr Syamal Gupta.

At the exhibition, close to 100 Indian companies would be representing diverse sectors like auto components, biotechnology, consumer durables, drugs and pharmaceuticals, electricals and electronics, food processing, among others.

Besides the expo, a series of seminars focussing on trade partnership between India and South Africa are also to be held. The seminars will focus on sectors having potential for cooperation like IT, healthcare, infrastructure, and food processing.

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