October 1, 2022
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EAM Jaishankar – The New Indian Express

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SAO PAULO: Minister of External Affairs, S Jaishankar, stressed the importance of making Latin America a major business hub for India by having more engagement, contact and meetings with stakeholders of the vast region.

Jaishankar is on a six-day official visit to Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina. This is his very first official visit to South America.

India and Brazil are not just partners but can share best practices for mutual growth and progress, Jaishankar said while interacting with prominent businessmen here on Tuesday.

“Visit to the Federation of Industries of the State of Sao Paulo, the largest industrial association in Brazil. Presentations by WEG, @embraer and UNICA reaffirmed the important opportunities that exist for greater business cooperation,” he said. he tweeted.

India and Brazil are not just partners but can share best practices for mutual growth and progress,” he wrote.

“Visit to Fiesp (Federation of Industries of the State of Sao Paulo), the largest industrial association in Latin America. Presentations by WEG, Embraer and UNICA reaffirmed the important opportunities that exist for greater business cooperation. Business is the ballast that provides smooth sailing for relationships,” he said in another tweet.

“Last year, our collective trade with Latin America was just under $50 billion. I think if there is greater focus, more pressure, more commitments, more contacts, more meetings like this, I think it’s quite possible that we could make Latin America also for India a very big business center,” he told FIESP.

“Whether it is power transmission, IT, pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, automotive, two-wheelers. Today we have good Indian companies present in Brazil. Our challenge on the Indian side is to grow, to deepen that footprint and to encourage other sectors and businesses to come,” he said.

Jaishankar also had an interaction at LIDE, an association of entrepreneurs from Brazil.

“Useful interaction at LIDE. Networking of established Brazilian entrepreneurs with growing Indian presence in Brazil was visible,” he tweeted.

On Monday, Jaishankar concluded his first-ever official visit to Paraguay and held talks with the country’s leaders and pledged to strengthen bilateral relations.

He inaugurated the Indian Embassy in the capital, Asuncion. The Indian Embassy in Asuncion was jointly inaugurated by Jaishankar and his Paraguayan counterpart Julio Cesar Arriola.

SAO PAULO: Minister of External Affairs, S Jaishankar, stressed the importance of making Latin America a major business hub for India by having more engagement, contact and meetings with stakeholders of the vast region. Jaishankar is on a six-day official visit to Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina. This is his very first official visit to South America. India and Brazil are not just partners but can share best practices for mutual growth and progress, Jaishankar said while interacting with prominent businessmen here on Tuesday. “Visit to the Federation of Industries of the State of Sao Paulo, the largest industrial association in Brazil. Presentations by WEG, @embraer and UNICA reaffirmed the important opportunities that exist for greater business cooperation,” he said. he tweeted. India and Brazil are not just partners but can share best practices for mutual growth and progress,” he wrote. “Visited the Fiesp (Federation of Industries of the State of Sao Paulo), the largest industrial association in Latin America. Presentations from WEG, Embraer and UNICA reaffirmed the significant opportunities that exist for greater business cooperation. Business is the ballast that provides stable navigation for relationships,” he said in another tweet. “Last year, our collective trade with Latin America was just under $50 billion. I think if there’s more focus, more pressure, more commitments, more contacts, more meetings like this, I think it’s entirely possible that we can make America Latin America also for India a very big center of business”, he declared during the FIESP. “Be it power transmission, IT, pharmaceutical, agrochemical, automotive, two-wheelers. Today we have good Indian companies present in Brazil. Our challenge on the Indian side is to grow , to deepen this footprint and encourage other sectors and companies to come,” he said. Jaishankar also had an interaction at LIDE, an association of entrepreneurs in Brazil. “A useful interaction at LIDE The networking of established Brazilian entrepreneurs with a growing Indian presence in Brazil was visible,” he tweeted. On Monday, Jaishankar concluded his first-ever official visit to Paraguay and held talks with the country’s leaders. and pledged to strengthen bilateral ties Embassy in capital, Asuncion The Indian Embassy in Asuncion was jointly inaugurated by Jaishankar and his Paraguayan counterpart Julio Cesar Arriola.