India-UAE Partnership Summit

India-UAE Partnership Summit boosts economic ties between the two countries

To promote and enhance business relations between India and the UAE, the International Business Linkages Forum (IBLF) in association with Dubai Chambers will hold the India-UAE Partnership Summit in Dubai from 23-25 January.

India is the world’s fifth largest economy and the UAE’s second largest trading partner in 2021. As the first country to sign a bilateral trade agreement with the UAE, India plays an important role in the economy and is home to 3.5 million Indian nationals, accounting for 30% of the UAE’s population.

The three-day summit will discuss hot topics, including trade opportunities between India and the UAE with a deep dive into a number of sectors such as manufacturing, start-ups, healthcare and food processing, as well as the UAE Gold Visa scheme and its prospects for entrepreneurs and investors. The summit will also feature success stories of businesses established and thriving in Dubai.

The India-UAE Partnership Summit will include a series of keynote speeches and panel discussions and will bring together leading business and government representatives from the public and private sectors of both countries to discuss strategic issues as well as trends affecting the future of trade and economy. It is designed to take ties between the two countries to new heights, strengthen existing business relationships and unlock untapped opportunities in key sectors for both countries.

The Dubai International Chamber International Office in Mumbai, opened in 2018, continuously engages with UAE and Indian businesses to share market information and promote promising sectors for both parties to enhance their international presence. The office supports the Dubai and Indian business communities through B2B meetings, trade missions, networking events, buyer-seller meetings and brainstorming sessions with businesses on their plans for both markets.

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