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NRI and CITI arranged "Made in Punjab Show"
at Toronto on May 20-May 22, 2005

Toronto, May 15, 2005
NRI press

The Centre for International Trade & Industry (CITI) India with the support of the Punjab Government, India, is organizing Made in Punjab Show at Hall 6,International Centre, 6900 Airport Road Mississauga, Ontario, Friday, 20th May 2005 To Sunday, 22nd May 2005

This exclusive 3-day exposition showcase the products manufactured in Punjab and to represent the rich cultural heritage of Punjab. It will attract Canadian business community and technology providers to participate and use this platform to sell their technology, machinery and services. This show will encourage to enter into joint venture partnerships as well as import and export with over 80 leading entrepreneurs from various industrial segments and Public Sector Undertakings of Punjab (India).

Punjab can export to Canada woolen goods like ski caps, cardigans, shawls, mittens, garden hand tools, garments for both men and women, cotton and woolen clothes and yarn, auto, bicycle parts and bicycles, sports goods, handicrafts, carpets, designer wear, books publications, leather goods, handbags, wallets, belt shoes and perishable consumer goods belonging to agro sector.

NRI, Mr Sikander Singh and Mr Mohan Singh of the Centre for International Trade and Industry at Mohali are going to hold Made-in- Punjab, a trade show, first of its kind, at Toronto from May 20 to 22. Mr Sikander Singh, graduated from Mohindra College, Patiala, before migrating to Canada. He served as Commercial Officer in Indian High Commission in Canada till 1972. He has been associated with the promotion of trade and industry in Canada since then.

It will provide a platform to Punjab Industry to show case its wares. Chief Minister Amarinder Singh, his Cabinet colleagues, have been invited to the show. The Canadian Government and India-Canada Chambers of Commerce there have extended their full support to the show. From Indian end, Mr Mohan Singh is handling the trade show affairs.


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