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IT'S TIME TO GO GLOBAL: ITALIAN PM

The Afternoon (Bombay) - February 16, 2007 Premier Romano Prodi arrives in Mumbai Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi was in the city two days ago along with Commerce and Industry Minister, Kamal Nath to address industry chambers at the India-Italy Business Forum. Prodi also delivered a keynote address at the Forum being organised by Assocham, CII and FICCI. “India is being recognised as an important trade and economic partner by Italy and Prodi’s visit with a high-level delegation comprising 150 government and business decision-makers has strengthened economic cooperation between the two countries. Major sectors of bilateral cooperation envisaged include infrastructure, IT, industrial machinery, healthcare, textiles, gems and jewellery, fashion design, leather, food-processing, energy, automobile and tourism,” said Kamal Nath. Speaking about Indian business, Prodi said, “India now is a part of Italy’s global strategy for gaining market access in this part of the world. India had become a part of Italy’s global strategy to expand its market base. Although the European Union market is large, there is a need to go global. Today Europe is a domestic market. We need to go global.” The Italian premier also said that many a time globalization has been treated as being synonymous with inequality. “Although globalization would not be avoided, it had to be seen that social justice was not compromised. Italian companies were keen to help in the areas of agro-business, leather and engineering,” said Prodi. In order to boost his country’s economic ties with India, an office of the Italian Trade commission would be set up in Kolkata during the year. He also invited Indian companies to go to Italy. The high-profile forum, organized by the Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), Confindustria, Italian Trade Commission and ABI, focused on the small and medium-size (SME) sector of the two countries and was attended by 400 Italian delegates, including Italian Trade Minister Emma Bonino.





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