The Indian Chamber of Commerce, Cambodia has signed anMoU with the Cambodian Women’s Entrepreneurs Association.
The two MoUs were signed during the Mega Silk Exhibition & Buyer Seller Meet (BSM) cum Display of Make India products. The MoUs aim at close cooperation and sharing of information regarding investment, trade, maintaining quality standards, technology transfer, sharing of market intelligence, economic cooperation and participation of members of either side in fairs and exhibitions, especially in the Indian International Silk Fairs cum Reverse Buyer Seller Meets.
The exhibition was inaugurated by the Indian Ambassador to Cambodia DevyaniKhobragade. A vast collection of silk and other allied silk products including silk carpet miniatures and jewelled silk carpets were on display at the exhibition.
Over thirty Indian silk exporters held discussions with more than two hundred potential buyers from Cambodia during the BSM event. Various items of silk, including silk fabrics and yarns, sarees, high fashion accessories, home furnishing products, miniature silk carpets, silk jewelled carpets, wall hangings, madhubani silk paintings (on silk with golden thread), silk-blend products of jute and wool, tribal weaves from the Northeastern states of India and GI products from Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Bihar and Union Territory of Jammu & Kashmir were on display.
Top officials of various organisations, including the Indian Chamber of Commerce, Cambodia, Cambodia Women Entrepreneurs Association, trade associations, heads of garment factories and local apparel producers and buyers, visited the exhibition.