Kamal Nath

Kamal Nath to represent India at 7th ASEAN-India Summit

Kamal Nath to represent India at 7th ASEAN-India SummitNew Delhi, Apr 6 : Trade Minister Kamal Nath will represent Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh at the Seventh ASEAN-India Summit and the Fourth East Asia Summit scheduled to be held on April 11-12 in Thailand.

These Summits are held annually by the Association of South East Nations (ASEAN) and attended by heads of State/Government of the ten ASEAN member countries and its dialogue partners such as India, China, Japan, Korea, etc.

Kamal To Represent India At 7th ASEAN Summit

Kamal To Represent India At 7th ASEAN SummitKamal Nath, union minister of commerce & industry, would be representing the Prime Minister at the 7th Association of South East Nations (ASEAN)-India Summit and the fourth East Asia Summit, which is scheduled to be held during April 11 – 12, 2009 in Thailand.

ASEAN held these summits on a yearly basis.

Leaders of state/government of the 10 ASEAN member nations in addition to its dialogue associates including India, China, Japan, Korea, etc attended the summits.

STC presents dividend cheque to Kamal Nath

STC presents dividend cheque to Kamal NathNew Delhi, Mar 20 : N.

Interim Foreign Trade Policy offers sops to exporters

Interim Foreign Trade Policy offers sops to exportersUnion Commerce Minister Kamal Nath on Thursday announced the interim Foreign Trade policy, which offers sops to exports in leather, textile, gems and jewellery and food product sectors.

The government has scaled down the export target to 175 billion dollar for this fiscal from the earlier target of 200 billion dollar.

India-New Zealand FTA negotiations soon

Kamal Nath to inaugurate Carpet Expo tomorrowNew Delhi, Feb 20 : Union Commerce and Industry Minister Kamal Nath, and his New Zealand counterpart Tim Groser today agreed on the need for an early commencement of Free Trade Agreement (FTA) negotiations between both countries.

During a bilateral meeting here, both Ministers noted that the Joint Study Group (JSG) Report demonstrates considerable potential to substantially develop bilateral trade and an economic relationship through the FTA.

Indian IT service sector to do well despite all odds

Union Commerce Minister, Kamal NathGovernment has asked Indian outsourcing MNCs, hit by slowdown, to explore domestic market, a potential segment that required being to be contemporary of technology, to overcome low demand situation aroused in the wake of global financial crisis.

Commerce Minister, Kamal Nath, while addressing a conference of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) in Mumbai, said, "The current global downturn is an opportunity for India's IT industry to look inwards. There is a huge reservoir (of business) to be tapped" across rural India."