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EPCH buyer-seller meet in Santiago facilitates Indo-Chile interaction

"The Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts (EPCH) along with the Embassy of India in Santiago, Chile and Santiago Chambers of Commerce organised a buyer-seller meet on March 11 and 12 at Santiago in Chile. The event was inaugurated by Awadh Kumar, Commercial Attache, Embassy of India, Chile and Rodrigo Mujica R Diretor International Affairs, Santiago Chamber of Commerce. Magdalena Diaz Le Fort, Executive Director, Chile India Chamber of Commerce also graced the occasion."

 

EPCH buyer seller meet in Santiago facilitates Indo Chile interaction 001The Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts (EPCH) along with the Embassy of India in Santiago, Chile and Santiago Chambers of Commerce organised a buyer-seller meet on March 11 and 12 at Santiago in Chile. The event was inaugurated by Awadh Kumar, Commercial Attache, Embassy of India, Chile and Rodrigo Mujica R Diretor International Affairs, Santiago Chamber of Commerce. Magdalena Diaz Le Fort, Executive Director, Chile India Chamber of Commerce also graced the occasion.

In its fifth year, the event featured 32 Indian exporters who displayed a wide range of handicrafts, decorative, houseware home furnishing, garments and made ups, shawls, scarves, fashion jewelry, jute bags, bags, fashion garments, and incense, aromatics and Christmas décor from Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Punjab, Maharashtra, Haryana, Kolkata and Madhya Pradesh. Rakesh Kumar, Director General, EPCH said, the main objective of the meet was to enable Indian companies to interact with their Chilean counterparts interested in sourcing handicrafts, gifts, lifestyle products

Indo-Chilean brand interaction

The first day saw meetings of some of the biggest Chilean brands like, Lider DIB Carpets & Home Republic, Cencosud Retails S.A., Lounge, Paris with their IndianEPCH buyer seller meet in Santiago facilitates Indo Chile interaction 002 counterparts. Meetings with other major companies like Home Republic, Commercial Windsor Ltda, Imprtadora Triveni SA, Terapias Masajes Sacamostress and La Casa Magica were held on the second day.

As per Kumar Indian handicrafts exports were worth $3,573.49 million in 2017-2018. The average growth in handicrafts exports was between 15-16 per cent per annum. Exports to Chile increased to $12.05 million during 2017-18. The buyer-seller meet will further enhance Indo-Chilean Trade relations.

 

 
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