By admin       2019-03-01

The export from India to Qatar has risen by more than 80 percent in 2017-18 and is expected to rise further in 2018-2019, said P. Kumaran, Ambassador of India to Qatar. The Ambassador was speaking at a roadshow titled Vibrant Terry Towel 2019 held in Doha to promote the Vibrant Terry Towel Global Expo and Summit 2019 (VTGES 2019).He also laid strong emphasis on the key factors that are driving India as a business and investment destination, along with the opportunities emerging in Qatar. The textile sector of India is the second biggest employer after the agriculture sector, said the Ambassador.The Textile Development Foundation (TDF), a leading not-for-profit association works for hundreds of small decentralised terry towel and textile units located in Solapur, Maharashtra. In association with Global Network, an international trade advisory firm based in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, they had organised the Roadshow in Doha in collaboration with the Indian Business & Professionals Council, Qatar (IBPC), which was attended by around 50 people from this sector. The Roadshow was held to promote and highlight the salient features of the VTT GES 2019 which will be a first of its kind event focused on the towel industry in India. The event, scheduled to be held in Solapur, from September 25 to 27, 2019, will bring customers, towel manufacturers, importers, exporters, technologists and traders together on a common platform to discuss, share, debate and celebrate the best practices of the towels industry.

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