India Tanzania Trade Commission opened the trading desk for all India Tanzania Trade in Chennai. The Official Felicitation was held at the Hyatt Regency in the presence of Government officials, Diplomats and Dignitaries, building Trade and business relations between both the countries. The India Tanzania Trade Commission (ITTC) in collaboration with the India Africa Trade Council (IATC) opened the India Tanzania Trade Commission’s Office at T-Nagar, Chennai. The office was inaugurated by the High Commissioner of Tanzania to India, H.E. Mrs. Anisa Kapufi Mbega, Indian Economic Trade Organization President Dr Asif Iqbal, Tanzania Trade Commissioner – Dr J Shrenik Nahar and other
important government officials, industrialists and key personalities. Africa is an emerging Continent having great scope for multilateral as well as bilateral business opportunities. India Tanzania Trade Commission Office under he guidance of Dr J Shrenik Nahar (Tanzania Trade commissioner) will strengthen the ties between India and Tanzania.
ITTC office will work directly with the Tanzanian High Commission in New Delhi and bring opportunities to various cities of India. “Trade relations with Tanzania have huge potential. With our Prime Minister’s Vision and MEA’s approach to bringing Africa closer, through the Federation, we will continue to intensify and deepen our engagement with the African countries which will be sustained and regular. Our development partnerships will be guided by the African region’s priorities and we will build as much local capacity and create as many local opportunities as possible. We will bring the Indian Market closer and make it easier and more attractive to trade” said the President of the Indian Economic Trade Organization (IETO) Dr Asif Iqbal. During the Inauguration: “Tanzania is a beautiful country and we have great business opportunities to explore, from agriculture to Infrastructure, Trade to pharmaceuticals, vast scope and excellent business opportunities. We are initiating
strong connectivity with Tanzania and will be taking a 50-member business delegation to Tanzania as “India Tanzania Trade Summit 2022” with the idea to further enhance the linkage between the two regions and build trust between businessmen” Said Dr J Shrenik Nahar, Tanzania Trade Commissioner. India Tanzania Trade Commission (ITTC) will visit Tanzania soon with a 50- member delegation and explore various opportunities in the Health & Pharma Sector, Infrastructure, E Automobiles, Agriculture, Cashew spices and Cereals trade, Shipping, Fintech are expected to be signed with various companies and organizations in this region.