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Monthly Commercial Report

    • India-UAE Bilateral Trade

India-UAE bilateral trade for the last five years
Value in US$ Million


S. No.

Year

 

2013-14

 

2014-15

 

2015-16

 

2016-17

 

2017-18

2018-19
Aprl-July

1

EXPORT

30,520.42

33,028.08

30,290.01

31,175.50

28,145.64

11,182.33

2

%Growth

 

8.24

-8.29

2.92

-9.72

 

3

IMPORT

29,019.82

26,139.91

19,445.68

21,509.83

21,739.96

9,222.75

4

%Growth

 

-10.38

-25.61

10.61

1.07

 

5

TOTAL TRADE

59,540.24

59,167.99

49,735.69

52,685.33

49,885.60

20,405.08

6

%Growth

 

-0.63

-15.94

5.93

-5.31

 

7

TRADE BALANCE

1,500.00

6,888.17

10,844.33

9,665.67

6,405.69

1,959.59

 

 

 

Source : DGCI&S, Kolkata

 

  • Bilateral Economic & Commercial Relations

India and UAE have shared trade links through the centuries. The trade, which was dominated by traditional items such as dates, pearl and fishes, underwent a sharp change after the discovery of oil in UAE (oil exports begun from Abu Dhabi in 1962).  With the emergence of UAE as a unified entity in 1971, exports from India started growing gradually over the years. The real impetus, however, started after Dubai positioned itself as a regional trading hub by early 1990s and about the same time, the economic liberalization process started in India.
Growing India-UAE economic and commercial relations contribute to the stability and strength of a rapidly diversifying and deepening bilateral relationship between the two countries. Both sides are striving to further strengthen these ties for mutual benefits. India-UAE trade, valued at US$ 180 million per annum in the 1970s, is today around US$50 billion making UAE, India's third largest trading partner for the year 2017-18 after China and US.  Moreover, UAE is the second largest export destination of India (after US) with an amount of over US$ 28 billion for the year 2017-18.  For UAE, India is the second largest trading partner for the year 2017 with an amount of around US$ 35 billion (non-oil trade).  During the visit of Prime Minister in August 2015 to UAE, the two sides agreed to further expand bilateral trade by 60 percent in the next five years.

India's Major Exports and Imports to the UAE:
India's exports to the UAE are well diversified with a large basket. India's major export items to the UAE are: Petroleum Products, Precious Metals, Stones, Gems & Jewellery, Minerals, Food Items (Cereals, Sugar, Fruits & Vegetables, Tea, Meat, and Seafood), Textiles (Garments, Apparel, Synthetic fibre, Cotton, Yarn) and Engineering & Machinery Products and Chemicals. India's major import items from the UAE are:  Petroleum and Petroleum Products, Precious Metals, Stones, Gems & Jewellery, Minerals, Chemicals, Wood & Wood Products.   India also imported 14.29 MMT (US$ 6,122.20 Million) of crude oil from UAE in 2017-18.
Investments:
There is an estimated US$10-11 billion UAE investment in India of which around US$5.33 billion (Dec. 2017) is in the form of foreign direct investment, while the remaining is portfolio investment. UAE is the tenth biggest investor in India in terms of FDI. UAE's investments in India are concentrated mainly in five sectors: Services Sector (9.44%), Power (8.97%), Construction Development: Townships, Housing, Built-Up Infrastructure and Construction-Development Projects (8.81%), Air Transport (Including Air Freight) (7.42%), Hotel & Tourism (7.29%). 
During the visit of Prime Minister in August 2015 to UAE, it is decided to establish UAE-India Infrastructure Investment Fund, with the aim of reaching a target of USD 75 billion to support investment in India's plans for rapid expansion of next generation infrastructure, especially in railways, ports, roads, airports and industrial corridors and parks.   During the successive VVIP visit, the leaders of both the countries reviewed the progress in realizing the USD 75 billion target for UAE investments in India.

  • UAE investments in India

There are a number of joint ventures and investments undertaken by UAE companies in India. EMAAR, a real estate company of Dubai Government, is active in the real estate sector having already set up a major township, an international convention centre and a golf course in Hyderabad.  EMAAR group intends to invest in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat in food processing sector creating a food-corridor in the country.
The National Investment and Infrastructure Fund (NIIF), India’s first sovereign wealth fund, signed a US$1 billion investment agreement with a wholly owned subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (Adia) on 16.10.17, to invest in much-needed energy, transportation and other infrastructure-related sectors in India. ADIA is investing $1 billion in affordable and mid-income housing projects in India's leading cities. ADIA is among the most active foreign investors in India and has deployed its funds in real estate, private equity and backed two of the largest renewable energy companies of India, investing over $400 million in ReNew Power and Greenko.

The NIIF and Dubai-based ports operator DP World Pvt. Ltd, announced the creation of an investment platform to invest up to $3 billion in ports, terminals, transportation and logistics businesses in India. This is the first investment platform from NIIF and will see investment up to $3 billion of equity to acquire assets and develop projects in these sectors.

Dubai Ports World (DP World) in February 2016 unveiled plans to invest more than US$1 billion in India to expand its container terminals business. The Group has already invested capital of $1.2bn and is currently the only foreign operator with six port concessions in India with approximately 30% market share.
Saudi Aramco and the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) signed a Framework Agreement to jointly develop the Ratnagiri Refinery and Petrochemicals Limited (RRPCL), a 1.2 million barrels per day integrated mega refinery and petrochemicals complex. It is a strategic partnership and co-investment in the development of a new US $44 billion mega refinery and petrochemicals complex at Ratnagiri.  The agreement defines the principles of the joint strategic cooperation between Saudi Aramco and ADNOC to jointly build, own and operate the complex in collaboration with a consortium of Indian national oil companies currently consisting of Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. (IOCl), Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. (BPCL), and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd. (HPCL). Saudi Aramco and ADNOC will jointly own 50% of the new joint venture Company RRPCL, with the remaining 50% owned by the Indian Consortium.
Abu Dhabi-based retail giant, Lulu Group, has launched an AED1.7 billion ($460 million) mixed use project in Andhra Pradesh. Through a public private partnership, the group's project will comprise a 7,000-capacity convention centre, shopping mall and a luxury hotel in Visakhapatnam, and will be one of the largest project of its kind in the state.
Dubai Holdings are lead partners in Kochi Smart City.
Abu Dhabi's National Petroleum Construction Company(NPCC), has won a major engineering and construction contract to build offshore platforms from India's Oil and Natural Gas Corporation(ONGC). NPCC will build the WO-16 cluster and SB-14 wellhead platforms project at the offshore Mumbai High Field, valued at Dh550 million.
Ras al-Khaimah (RAK) signed a MoU for a JV with Govt. of A.P for setting up a one million tonne per annum Alumina plant and a 250,000 tonne aluminium smelter. RAKIA  has already commissioned the RAK ceramics factory located at Kakinada in AP. UAE tile manufacturer, RAK Ceramics India, has set up a tile plant in Ahmedabad, at an investment of $150 million.
UAE-based KEF Holdings, a multinational firm specialising in offsite construction technology, has announced the launch of operations in India with a planned investment of AED 900 million.
India’s largest shopping mall, promoted by Abu Dhabi-based EMKE Group, was unveiled in Kochi, Kerala on 10th March 2013.  They are also developing a second LuLu shopping mall, hotel and international convention centre in Kerala's capital city of Thiruvananthapuram. Spread over 19 acres, this will be the second biggest shopping mall in India after the LuLu mall in Kochi.

Greenko Energy Holdings, one of India's leading renewable energy firm in the month of June 2016 stated that it has secured $150 million new funds from the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA).
UAE-based businessman Mr. B.R. Shetty’s global remittance firm UAE Exchange announced that it has reached a deal to acquire the online remittance business “Remit2India” from Time of Money, India. Remit2India is an online brand with more than 500,000 customers, mainly Indian expatriates, in the US, Canada and Australia.
National Marine Dredging Company (NMDC) from Abu Dhabi has signed a $316 million contract for the EPC of new LNG terminal in Gujarat. This capital development program will include massive dredging and marine infrastructure works. NMDC’s role in the Gujarat LNG scheme will also involve land reclamation activities, construction of breakwaters, jetties and associated facilities. This project award marks a new milestone for NMDC in its strategic expansion plans to expand its operational footprint into Asia.

During the inaugural session of the India Integrated Transport and Logistics Summit 2017 on 4th May 2017 at New Delhi,  Mr. Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, Group Chairman and CEO of DP World- leading global operator of marine and inland terminals, stated that it will invest USD 1 billion more in India to tap into the opportunities the country offers in infrastructure space. This will be in addition to its existing over USD 1 billion investment in India.

(b)       Indian investments in UAE:
Though no official figures are available, investments by Indian companies in UAE would be in excess of US$85 billion.  Many Indian companies have set up manufacturing units either as joint ventures or in Special Economic Zones for cement, building materials, textiles, engineering products, consumer electronics etc. Many Indian companies including Taj Group of Hotels have also invested in the tourism, hospitality, catering, health, retail and education sectors. Hinduja Group has set up manufacturing units for Ashok Leyland vehicles in Ras-al-Khaimah.
The EMKE Group under the banner 'Lulu' set up by an Indian national dominates the retail/departmental sectors in UAE. Al-Faraa group is a booming construction-sector company. Indian cement manufacturer JK Cement is investing US$14.97 mn to set up a white cement plant with a capacity to produce 0.6 million tones per year(mtpy), in Fujairah Free Trade Zone.  Indian companies like Ashok Leyland, Mahindra, Dabur etc. operate out of the business parks of Ras Al Khaimah Investment Authority. Zuari Agro Chemicals and Tata Power are also setting up units in Ras Al Khaimah ($800 mn fertilizer plant and $250mn sugar plant). India's Essar Steel Processing and Distribution (ESPD), part of Essar Steel, has a service centre facility in Dubai (capacity: 250,000 tonnes) to cater to the needs of customers in Middle East and neighboring region.
The region has traditionally been one of Apollo Tyres's strongest export markets, accounting for about 30% of export revenues. The company has opened an office in Dubai and its distribution network in the Middle East is spanning 14 countries and 23 business partners.  India's Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Limited (IL&FS) and UAE-based Prime Terminal have jointly pumped in Dh477 million ($130 million) in an oil storage terminal at Fujairah. IL&FS Prime Terminals, a joint venture formed between IL&FS Maritime Infrastructure Company Limited (IMICL) and PTF, reached an agreement on the first phase of the 632,678 cubic metres project. This will help boost the fuel storage capacity to increase from 5.08 million cubic metres to 7.95 million cubic metres.
Indian television major Zee Entertainment has invested in the satellite television network in the Middle East, with Dubai as its base. It is already running a special Arabic channel Zee Aflam devoted to bollywood entertainment.  In September 2012, Zee announced a $100 million investment in Zee Alwan - Dubai, the second Arabic channel by Asia's largest television provider.
Birla Institute of Technology & Science (BITS) Pilani in India opened its international campus in Dubai on December 2007 -  BITS Pilani, Dubai.  It is the one of the dedicated engineering institutions in the region and has the largest campus spread across a 15-acre plot in Dubai International Academic City with an excellent academically conducive infrastructure and highly qualified faculty. Other Educational Institutions set up by Indian entities are Manipal University, Mahatma Gandhi University, Pune University, S P Jain School of Global Management etc.
Major Indian companies such as L&T, ESSAR, Dodsal, Punj Lloyd, ElL etc. have been able to obtain significant number of contracts in the UAE.  L& T and its Oman-based subsidiary have secured major contracts in water supply projects, construction, oil, electric transmission and other sectors. In June 2011, India-based PCM Strescon Overseas Ventures Ltd (Siliguri, West Bengal) signed a contract worth US$40 million with Etihad Rail for design & manufacture of railway sleepers as well as production of sleeper manufacturing facility for Phase I of the railway network of 266 km route linking Shah, Habshan and Ruwais in the Abu Dhabi western region.  Etihad Rail is one of the ongoing project in Abu Dhabi.
There are over 1000 direct flights operating every week between various destinations in India and UAE, serviced by Air India/Air India Express, Jet Airways, Spicejet, Indigo, Emirates, Etihad, Flydubai and Air Arabia.

Institutional Arrangements:
A Joint Commission mechanism at the level of Foreign Ministers has held eleven sessions so far, to discuss the entire gamut of bilateral relations.  His Highness Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs of United Arab Emirates led a delegation of senior officials and captains of leading UAE business houses to India for the 11th session of the India-UAE Joint Commission Meeting for Technical and Economic Cooperation, held on 02-03 September, 2015, in New Delhi.
A Joint Business Council consisting of Federation of UAE Chambers of Commerce & Industry and Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) has been set up.   Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has signed a strategic agreement with the Khalifa Industrial Zone of Abu Dhabi (KIZAD) in October 2011 at Mumbai to support the Indian businesses investing in the new Industrial Zone.
Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) was signed between India and UAE in April 1992.
A Customs Cooperation Agreement was signed on 1st April 2012.
India-UAE Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (BIPPA) was signed on December 12, 2013 at New Delhi. Further to this, renegotiation of the terms of this agreement and endeavor to enter into a revised / new agreement between UAE and India (Bilateral Investment Treaty – BIT) the 1st round of negotiation was held in Abu Dhabi on 25-27 September 2017. The 2nd round of BIT negotiation is scheduled to be held in New Delhi on 10-12 December 2018.

To further attract investments, a High Level Task Force was formed in May 2012 with Hon’ble CITM and His Highness Sheikh Hamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan,  Chairman of Crown Prince Court of Abu Dhabi and Managing Director, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority as Co-Chairs.  This followed the visit Sheikh Hamed to India in January 2012 at CITM’s invitation when he had interactions with various Cabinet Ministers, trade and industrial bodies and financial institutions and regulatory authorities.
The 1st meeting of the India-UAE High Level Task Force on Investments (HLTFI) was held on 18/02/2013 at Abu Dhabi, hon’ble CITM led Indian delegation.  An agreement was reached between the two countries on the format and structure of future discussions, and the meeting decided to establish sub-committees in areas such as infrastructure, energy, investment and trade, manufacturing and technology, aviation and transport for investment purposes. Sheikh Hamed announced an initial allocation of USD2 billion for investments in infrastructure projects in India and support for the establishment of a strategic oil reserve in India. CITM also highlighted India’s desire to participate in the oil and gas sector of UAE. 
The 2nd meeting of HLTFI held on 03.03.2014 at Mumbai, saw wide-ranging discussions on priority sectors of engagement for channeling investments between the two countries. H.H. Shaikh Hamed led the UAE delegation and co-chaired the HLTFI meeting with Sh. Anand Sharma, Hon’ble Minister for Commerce and Industry.
Mrs. Nirmala Sitharaman, Minister of State of Commerce and Industry (Independent Charge) visited UAE for the 3rd meeting of HLTFI on 12-13 October 2015. During this meeting both sides agreed to explore ways to expand the participation of the UAE's investment institutions in appropriate infrastructure projects in India, especially in railways, ports, roads and airports, in multi investment platforms and in a manner consistent with the established investment criteria and standards of these institutions. Both sides also affirmed the commitment to realize their respective countries' vision of elevating their relationship to a strong and comprehensive strategic partnership. They acknowledged the potential to further enhance and expand bilateral investment relationship by collaborating closely to identify bottlenecks to trade, new areas of trade and cooperation and methods of trade promotion, with the target of increasing trade by 60% over the next five years.
H.H. Sheikh Hamed and Mrs. Nirmala Sitharaman, Hon’ble Minister of State for Commerce and Industry, co-chaired the 4th  meeting of HLTFI held on February 2-3, 2016 in New Delhi.  The discussions focused on enhancing bilateral investment relations and further exploring ways of increasing trade between the two countries. 
The 5th meeting of HLTFI held in Abu Dhabi on 14th Jan. 2018. The meeting was co-chaired by Sheikh Hamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince’s Court, and Suresh Prabhu, the Indian Minister of Commerce and Industry. Both sides Discussions focused on opportunities for cooperation and investment in the railways and road sectors of both countries. Both sides also discussed a number of potential investment projects in India in the transport, real estate and energy sectors.
The 6th meeting of HLTFI was held in Mumbai on 15th October 2018 to review the progress being made in addressing the agreed actions of the previous meeting held in Abu Dhabi in January 2018 and to elaborate  a number of new key issues of mutual importance. The meeting was co-chaired by H.H. Sheikh Hamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince’s Court, and H.E. Suresh Prabhu, Minister of Commerce and Industry and Civil Aviation, Government of India. The two sides deliberated on opportunities for cooperation and investment in the both countries. Both sides also discussed in specific detail a number of potential investment projects in India, in the Highways sector; Infrastructure Corridor projects; Sagar Mala projects and New Greenfield Airports. The meeting also deliberated on India-UAE Agro exports potential and Projects in Food Processing Sector. To facilitate investments and resolve issues relating to UAE Investments in India, a special UAE desk ‘UAE PLUS’ shall be established in Invest India, the National Investment Promotion Agency of India. Also establish a Fast Track Mechanism at the level of Secretary, Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion, Government of India and Ambassador of UAE to India to continuously monitor and resolve issues.

Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
On the multilateral framework, India and GCC have signed a Framework Agreement on Economic Cooperation on 25th August 2004 acknowledging the growing importance of economic and commercial relations between India and GCC countries and to facilitate entering into a Free Trade Agreement (FTA). The first round of negotiations on FTA took place at Riyadh on 21-22 March 2006.  The progress has been slow since the process of integration within the GCC has been slow and there are concerns in India about providing free access to petroleum products from GCC.
NRI Remittances:
The annual remittances made by the large Indian community in UAE (estimated to be around 3.3 million) amount to over US$ 13.8 billion (Year 2017, Source : World Bank).  They had actively invested in the past in the various bonds floated by India such as Resurgent India Bonds and the India Millennium Bonds.
Banking:
Bank of Baroda which is the only Indian bank holding a license from the UAE authorities for conducting full fledged banking operations, has been in operation in UAE since 1974.   BOB has one zonal office, six branches and four Customer Service Centers (CSCs) across UAE.  Similarly, Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank has two branches in India and Mashreq Bank one. The National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD) launched its banking operations in India on 2nd November 2015. Canara Bank and State Bank of India manage exchange centers in UAE in collaboration with local money exchange houses. Other Indian Banks with representative offices in the UAE include Bank of India, HDFC Bank Limited, ICICI Bank Limited, Punjab National Bank, Union Bank of India, Federal Bank, Andhra Bank, Corporation Bank, Axis Bank, Indian Overseas Bank (IOB), Indusind Bank Ltd. etc. 
The Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA), entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on 15/6/2011 at Mumbai.  Indian banks have a significant, and growing, presence in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), so this enhancement of information sharing and assistance between the RBI and the DFSA is a critical step to ensuring confidence in each of our regulatory regimes.
Reserve Bank of India and the Central Bank of UAE signed an MoU aimed at supervisory cooperation and exchange of information in Abu Dhabi on 19th October 2015.  The MoU puts in place a mechanism to cooperate in supervision of banks and other financial institutions operating in both jurisdictions and exchange of supervisory information, in line with local laws of each jurisdiction and in accordance with the principles of Basel Committee on Banking Supervision. 


UAE Repository

  • Doing Business in UAE.
  • List of Chambers of Commerce & Industry in UAE.
  • Major Indian Banks, PSU’s & Private Sector Organization in UAE.
  • List of Indian Business Councils in UAE.
  • Useful Websites in UAE
  • Doing Business in UAE.

 

Hyperlink to
http://www.economy.gov.ae/english/services-guide/Pages/default.aspx

  • List of Chambers of Commerce & Industry in UAE.

 

Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce & Industry
P.O. Box No. 662
Abu Dhabi,  U.A.E
Tel.  no. 9712 6214000/ 6177200
Fax no.  9712 6215867 / 6214465
E-mail   :  services@adcci.gov.ae
Website : www.abudhabichamber.ae

 

Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry
P.O. Box No. 1457
Dubai,  U.A.E
Tel.  no. 9714 2221181/ 2280000
Fax no.  9714 2211646 / 2028888
E-mail  :  customercare@dubaichamber.com
Website  :  www.dubaichamber.com

 

Sharjah Chamber of Commerce & Industry
P.O. Box No. 580
Sharjah,  U.A.E
Tel.  no. 9716 5541444
Fax no.  9716 5541119
E-mail  :  h.almahmoudi@sharjah.gov.ae
Website : www.sharjah.gov.ae

 

Ras Al Khaimah Chamber of Commerce Industry & Agriculture
P.O. Box No.  87
Ras Al Khaimah,  U.A.E
Tel.  no. 9717 2333511
Fax no.  9717 2330233
E-mail  :  info@rakchamber.ae
Website : www.rakchamber.ae

Fujairah Chamber of Commerce  Industry & Agriculture
P.O. Box No. 738
Fujairah,  U.A.E
Tel.  no. 9719 2222400
Fax no.  9719 2221464
E-mail :  chamber@fujcci.ae
Website : www.fujcci.ae

 

Ajman Chamber of Commerce & Industry
P.O. Box No. 662
Ajman,  U.A.E
Tel.  no. 9716 7422177
Fax no.  9716 7471222
E-mail  :  info@ajcci.gov.ae; sic@ajcci.gov.ae
Website : www.ajmanchamber.ae

Umm Al Quwain Chamber of Commerce & Industry
P.O. Box No. 436
Umm Al Quwain,  U.A.E
Tel.  no. 9716 7651111
Fax no.  9716 7655055
E-mail  :  uaqcci1@emirates.net.ae
Website : www.uaqcci.com

Federation of UAE Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Agriculture
P.O. Box : 3014
Abu Dhabi, U.A.E
Tel No.  9712 6214144
Fax No.  9712 6339210
E-mail  : info@fcciuae.ae
Website : www.fcciuae.ae

 

  • Major Indian Banks, PSU’s & Private Sector Organization in UAE.

 

  • Major Indian Banks in UAE

ANDHRA BANK
 Address        P.O. Box No. 123144
                        Dubai, U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 4 3976654
Fax no            00971 4 3976659
E-mail             dubairepoffice@andhrabank.co.in
Website          http://www.andhrabank.in

 

 AXIS BANK LTD
 Address        DIFC Branch
PO Box : 506593
Dubai, UAE
 Tel.no.           00971 4 3735555
 Fax no           00971 4 3735666
 E-mail            Jacob.ninan@axisbank.com

 

 BANK OF BARODA
 (Bur Dubai Main Br.)
Address         P.O. Box No. 3162
Dubai, U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 4 3538093, 3531955
Fax no            00971 4 3530839
E-mail             barbaead@emirates.net.ae
Website          http://www.bankofbaroda.com

 

BANK OF BARODA
 (Abu Dhabi Br.)
Address         P.O. Box No. 2303
Hamdan Street, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.
Tel.no.            00971 2 6344302
Fax no            00971 2 6394338
E-mail             abudhabi@bankofbaroda-uae.ae

 

BANK OF INDIA
Address         P.O. Box No. 116470
Dubai, U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 4 3977470
Fax no            00971 4 3977473
E-mail             boiro@eim.ae
Website          http://www.bankofindia.com

 

CANARA BANK
Address         P.O. Box No. 95400
Sharjah, U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 6 5756521
Fax no            00971 6 5756523
E-mail             canarash@eim.ae
Website          http://www.canarabank.com

 

CORPORATION BANK
Address         PO Box : 241646
Dubai, UAE
Tel.no.            00971 4 3540377
Fax no            00971 4 3540378
E-mail             cbdubai@corpbank.co.in

 

FEDERAL BANK
Address         PO Box : 112927
Abu Dhabi, UAE
Tel.no.            00971 2 6429384
Fax no            00971 2 6429386
E-mail             abdrep@federalbank.co.in

 

INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK
Address         PO Box : 127116         
Dubai, UAE
Tel.no.            00971 4 3969320
Fax no            00971 4 3969321
E-mail             iobdubai@gmail.com

 

INDUSIND BANK
 Address        P.O. Box No: 111873
Dubai, UAE  
Tel.no.            00971 4 3978803/3978804           
Fax no            00971 4 3978805    
E-mail             joseph.thomas@indusind.com

 

 ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE
 Address        P.O. Box No. 103946            
Dubai, U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 4 3975920
Fax no            00971 4 3975921
E-mail             obcdubai@yahoo.com

 

PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK
Address         P.O. Box No. 506844              
DIFC, Dubai,U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 4 3257727
Fax no            00971 4 3257256
E-mail             ceo@pnbdubai.com

             
STATE BANK OF INDIA
Address         P.O. Box No. 7190                     
Dubai, U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 4 3266675
Fax no            00971 4 3544429
E-mail             ceo@sbi.ae

             
UNION BANK OF INDIA
Address         P.O. Box No. 111824
Abu Dhabi, U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 2 6222661
Fax no            00971 2 6222910
E-mail             abudhabi.uae@unionbankofindia.com

 

ICICI BANK, DUBAI
Address         P.O. Box No.28758      
Dubai, UAE  
Tel.no.            00971 4 3965333    
Fax no            00971 4 3966994    
E-mail Pankaj.ganjoo@icicibank.com    
                       

FEDERAL BANK
Address         PO B Ox 112927
Abu Dhabi, UAE     
Tel.no             00971 2 6429384    
Fax no            00971 2 6429386    
E-mail: abdrep@federalbank.co.in

 

HDFC BANK LTD.
Address         PO Box 64546
Dubai, UAE  
Tel.no             00971 4 3170000    
Fax no            00971 4 3967010    
E-mail: nri.dubai@hdfcbank.com

  • Major Indian Public Sector  Organizations in UAE

AIR INDIA
Address         P.O. Box No. 1701        
Dubai, U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 4 2079400/ 2219287
Fax no            00971 4 2217765
E-mail             mgr.dxbne@airindia.in
Website          www.airindia.com

 

AIR INDIA (Abu Dhabi office)
Address         P.O. Box No. 6245        
Abu Dhabi, U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 2 6322747
Fax no            00971 2 6322300
E-mail :           airindia@eim.ae

 

BHARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED, DUBAI
Address         P.O. Box No.30569
Dubai, U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 4 3596185
Fax no            00971 4 3596186
E-mail             bheldxb@emirates.net.ae
Website          www.bhel.com

 

ENGINEERS INDIA LIMITED
Address         P.O. Box No. 126592
Abu Dhabi, U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 2 6740101
Fax no            00971 2 6740707
E-mail             eilabudhabi@eiluae.ae
Website          www.engineersindia.com

 

ELECTRONICS & COMPUTER SOFTWARE EXPORT PROMOTIONAL COUNCIL (ESC)
Address          PO Box : 8476, Dubai
Tel.no.            00971 4 2822555 /2821555
Fax no            00971 4 2826660
E-mail             kamalvbd@emirates.net.ae
Website :        www.escindia.in

 

EXIM BANK (EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OF INDIA)
Address         PO Box : 506541
Dubai, UAE
Tel.no.            00971 4 3637462
Fax no            00971 4 3637461
E-mail             eximdubai@eximbankindia.in
Website          www.eximbankindia.in

 

GENERAL INSURANCE CORPORATION
Address         P.O. Box No. 119156
Dubai, U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 4 3932645/3936611           
Fax no            00971 4 3936672    
E-mail             d.arya@icdubai.com
Website          www.gicofindia.com

           
GOVT. OF INDIA TOURIST OFFICE
Address         P.O. Box No.12856
Deira, Dubai, UAE  
Tel.no.            00971 4 2274848, 2274199          
Fax no            00971 4 2274013    
E-mail             goirto@emirates.net.ae
 Website         www.incredibleindia.org

           
HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FINANCE CORPORATION LTD. (HDFC)
Address         P.O. Box No. 29022
Dubai, U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 4 3961825
Fax no            00971 4 3961890
Email              hiralb@hdfc.com
Website          www.hdfc.com

 

INDIAN OIL CORPORATION LTD
Address         Jebel Ali Free Zone,
P.O.Box: 261338
Dubai, U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 4 8871397
Fax no            00971 4 8871035,
Email              imefdxb@eim.ae
Website          www.iocl.com          

 

LIC HOUSING FINANCE LTD
 Address        P.O. Box No. 60793                   
Dubai, U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 4 3354898
Fax no            00971 4 3360956
E-mail             mail@lichflgulf.info
Website          www.lichousing.com

 

LIC INTERNATIONAL
Address         P.O. Box No. 60793
Dubai, U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 4 3354858
Fax no            00971 4 3554684
E-mail             rm.dubai@licinternational.com
Website          www.licinternational.com

 

 THE NEW INDIA ASSURANCE CO. LTD.
 Address        P.O. Box No.5701                 
Dubai, UAE  
Tel.no.            00971 4 3525563/3522539           
Fax no            00971 4 3518544    
E-mail             newindia9@nia-dubai.com
Website          www.newindia.co.in

           
THE ORIENTAL INSURANCE CO. LTD.
 Address        P.O. Box No. 478                     
Dubai, U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 4 3538688    
Fax no            00971 4 3531722    
Email              ksm@oicgulf.ae

 

UNIT TRUST OF INDIA
 Address        P.O. Box No.29288               
Karama, Dubai, UAE
Tel.no.            00971 4 3857707
Fax no            00971 4 3857702
Website          www.utifunds.com.sg
                        www.utimf.com

 

  • Major Indian Private Sector Organizations in UAE

 

JET AIRWAYS
(Dubai sales office)
Address         P.O. Box No. 7218
Dubai, U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 4 2033181    
Fax no            00971 4 2222590
E-mail             skantawala@jetairways.com
Website          www.jetairways.com

 

INDIGO AIRLINES
(Dubai sales office)
Address         P.O. Box No. 24713
Dubai, U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 4 3557355/3216900           
Fax no            00971 4 3524246
E-mail             indigo@alrais.ae
Website          www.goindigo.in

 

SPICEJET AIRLINES
(Dubai sales office)
Tel.no :           00971 4 3965186
Fax     :           00971 4 3978176
Website          www.spicejet.com

 

DABUR INDIA LIMITED
Address         P.O. Box No. 16944
Jebel Ali, Dubai,U.A.E       
Tel.no.            00971 4 8817756    
Fax no            00971 4 8817649    
E-mail             dabur@eim.ae
Website          www.dabur.com

           
DODSAL GROUP
Address         P.O.Box: 8034
Dubai
Tel.no.            00971 4 503 8000   
Fax no            00971 4 503 8006   
E-mail             info@dodsaldxb.ae
Website          www.dodsal.com

           
L & T CONSTRUCTION
Address         P.O. Box No. 30803
Abu Dhabi, U.A.E   
Tel.no.            00971 2 6729136    
Fax no            00971 2 6729873    
E-mail             shrinath@lntecc.com
Website          www.lntecc.com

           
PUNJ LLOYD LTD 
Address         P.O. Box No.28907             
Abu Dhabi, U.A.E
Tel.no.            00971 2 6390857 
Fax no            00971 2 6267789
E-mail             info@punjlloyd.com
 Website         www.punjlloydgroup.com

 
 TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES, DUBAI
 Address        P.O. Box No.500430           
Dubai, UAE  
Tel.no.            00971 4 4523313
Fax no            00971 4 4524100
E-mail             p.rambabu@tcs.com
Website          http://www.tcs.com

           
ASHOK LEYLAND                         
Address         PO Box : 8300
Sharjah. UAE
Tel :                 00971 6 5571245               
Fax :               00971 6 5571246
E-mail :           alrajachari@gmail.com
Website          www.ashokleyland.com
           

WIPRO
Address         120, Building No. 12
Dubai Internet City
PO Box : 500119
Dubai, UAE  
Tel.no.            00971 4 3913481/3913480           
Fax no            00971 4 3908578    
E-mail             mansoor.ahmad@wipro.com
 Website         www.wipro.com

 

GUJARAT CO-OPERATIVE MILK MKT, FEDERATION LTD 
Address         PO Box : 61330
Dubai, UAE  
Tel.no.            00971 4 8817322    
Fax no            00971 4 8817387
E-mail             gcmmf@eim.ae
 Website         www.amul.com

 

  • List of Indian Business Councils in UAE.

 

Indian Business & Professional Group
P.O. Box No. 33055
Abu Dhabi (U.A.E.)
Tel.: +971 2 610 5577
Fax: +971 2 632 1767
Email : info@ibpgauh.org

 

Indian Business & Professional Council
P.O. Box No. 25414
Dubai (UAE)
Tel : 00 9714 3324300
Fax : 00 9714 3325655
E-mail : office@ibpcdubai.com
Website : www.ibpcdubai.com

 

Indian Business & Professional Council
PO Box : 28336
Sharjah (UAE)
Tel : 00 9716 5304404
Fax : 00 9716 5304403
E-mail : ibpc@emirates.net.ae
Website : www.ibpcshj.com

 

Indian Business & Professional Council
PO Box : 31291
Ras Al Khaimah, U. A. E.
E-mail : president@ibpcrakuae.com
Website : www.ibpcrakuae.com

 

  1. Useful Websites in UAE

 

S. No

Organisation/Institution

Website

1

UAE Government

www.government.ae

2

Etisalat Yellow Pages

www.yellowpages.ae

3

Business Directory

www.atninfo.com

4

Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce

www.abudhabichamber.ae

5

Dubai Chamber of Commerce

www.dubaichamber.com

6

Sharjah Chamber of Commerce

www.sharjah.gov.ae

7

Abu Dhabi Customs           

www.auhcustoms.gov.ae

8

Dubai Customs

www.dubaicustoms.gov.ae

9

Sharjah Customs

www.sharjahcustoms.gov.ae

10

The UAE Official Guide for Imports and Exports

www.economy.gov.ae/Publications/UAE%20Imports%20and%20Exports%20Guide.pdf

11

Doing business in UAE

www.uae.doingbusinessguide.co.uk

12

Detailed trade data of UAE

http://fcsa.gov.ae/en-us/Pages/Statistics/Statistics-by-Subject.aspx

 

Free Trade Zones


S.No

Organization/Institution

Website

1

Ajman Free Zone

www.afz.gov.ae

2

Dubai Airport Free Zone

www.dafz.ae

3

Dubai Internet City

www.dic.ae

4

Dubai Media City

www.dmc.ae

5

Fujairah Free Zone

www.fujairahfreezone.com

6

Hamriyah Free Zone

www.hfza.ae

7

Jebel Ali Free Zone   Authority

www.jafza.ae

8

R A K Free Trade Zone

www.rakftz.com

9

Sharjah Airport Intl Free  Zone  

www.saif-zone.com

10

Dubai Healthcare City

www.dhcc.ae

11

Gold & Diamond Park

www.goldanddiamondpark.com

12

Khalifa Industrial Zone

www.kizad.ae

 

OTHER USEFUL WEBSITES

S. No

Organization/Institution

Website

1

Emirates News Agency

www.wam.ae

2

Environmental Agency

www.ead.ae

3

Federal National Council

www.mfnca.gov.ae

4

UAE Ministry of Economy

www.economy.ae

5

UAE Ministry of Education

www.moe.gov.ae

6

UAE Ministry of Health

www.mohap.gov.ae

7

General Secretariat of Executive Council

www.ecouncil.ae

8

UAE Ministry of Culture & Knowledge Development

www.mckd.gov.ae

9

UAE Central Bank

www.centralbank.ae

10

Abu Dhabi Government Portal

wwww.abudhabi.ae

11

Abu Dhabi Media

www.admedia.ae/

12

Abu Dhabi Police

www.adpolice.gov.ae

13

Abu Dhabi Islands Archaeological Survey

www.adias-uae.com

14

Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre

www.adnec.ae

15

Abu Dhabi National Hotels

www.adnh.com

16

Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange

www.adx.ae

17

Abu Dhabi Water & Electricity Company

www.adwec.ae

18

Abu Dhabi Ports

www.adports.ae

19

Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority

www.tcaabudhabi.ae

20

Dept. of Urban Planning & Municipalities

www.dmat.abudhabi.ae

21

Abu Dhabi Airport

www.abudhabiairport.ae

22

Abu Dhabi University

www.adu.ac.ae

23

General Civil Aviation Authority

www.gcaa.gov.ae

24

UAE Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization

 

www.mohre.gov.ae

25

Abu Dhabi Civil Defense

www.adcd.gov.ae

26

National Corporation for Tourism & Hotels

www.ncth.com

 

India Repository

  1. Doing Business in India.

Hyperlink to http://www.indiantradeportal.in/

  1. Investment Opportunities in India

Hyperlink to www.investindia.gov.in

  1. Make in India

Hyperlink to http://www.makeinindia.com/home/


  • List of important trade and industrial organisations in India.

1. Apex Chambers of Commerce
2. Export Promotion Councils
3. Commodity Boards
4. Business Related Services
Apex Chamber of Commerce
Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry
Federation House, Tansen Marg,
New Delhi - 110 001, India
Tel: (91) - 11 - 23738760-70
Fax: (91) -11 - 23320714 / 23721504
E-mail: ficci@ficci.com
Website: www.ficci.com

 

Confederation of Indian Industry
The Mantosh Sondhi Centre
23, Institutional Area, Lodi Road,
New Delhi - 110 003
T: 91 11 45771000 / 24629994-7
F: 91 11 24626149
E: info@cii.in
Website: www.cii.in

 

PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry
PHD House,  4/2 Siri Institutional Area,
August Kranti Marg, New Delhi 110016
E-mail : phdcci@phdcci.in
Tel: 91-11-26863801-04, 49545454
Fax: 91-11-26855450, 49545451
Website : www.phdcci.in

 

The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India
ASSOCHAM Corporate Office, 5, Sardar Patel Marg
Chanakyapuri, New Delhi – 110021
Tel: 0091 11 46550555 (Hunting Line)
Fax: 0091 11 23017008/9
E-mail: assocham@nic.in
Website: www.assocham.org

National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM)
NASSCOM
Plot 7 to 10,
Sector 126, Noida - 201303
Tel; 0091-120-4990111
Fax : 0091-120-4990119
E-mail : delhi@nasscom.in
Website : www.nasscom.in

Exports Promotion Council
Engineering Export Promotion Council
‘Vanijya Bhawan’, 1st Floor
International Trade Facilitation Centre
1/1, Wood Street
Kolkata 700016
Phone : (+91 33) 22890651/52
Fax : (+91 33) 22890654
E-mail : eepcho@eepcindia.net
Website: http://www.eepcindia.org

 

Project Exports Promotion Council of India
411, Surya Kiran Building (4th Floor)
19, Kasturba Gandhi Marg
New Delhi - 110001
TEL. : 91-11-41514673, 41563287
EMAIL : INFO@PROJECTEXPORTS.COM
WEBSITE : WWW.PROJECTEXPORTS.COM

 

Basic Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals and Cosmetics Export Promotion Council
Jhansi castle, 4th floor,
7-Cooperage Road, Mumbai- 400 001, INDIA
Phone: +91 22 22021288 / 330 / 22825861.
Fax: +91  22 22026684
Email: info@chemexcil.gov.in

 

Chemicals and Allied Products Export Promotion Council
"Vanijya Bhavan", ,
International Trade Facilitation Center, 3rd Floor,
1/1 Wood Street,
Kolkata-700016
Tel: 91-33-22891721/22/23/25
Fax: 91-33-22891724
E-mail: capexil@capexil.in

 

The Plastics Export Promotion Council
Crystal Tower, Ground Floor, Gundivali Road No. 3, Off Sir M. V. RoadAndheri (E)
Mumbai - 400069
Tel: 91-22-2683 3951 / 91-22-2683 3952
Fax: 91-22-2683 3953 / 91-22-2683 40572
Email: office@plexconcil.org

 

Council for Leather Exports
3rd Floor, CMDA Tower – II,
Gandhi Irwin Bridge Road,
Egmore, Chennai – 600 008.
Tel: +91- 44- 28594367 (5 lines).
Fax: +91- 44- 28594363/64.
E-Mail: cle@cleindia.com
Website: http://www.leatherindia.org

Sports Goods Export Promotion Council
1-E/6, Swami Ram Tirth Nagar,Jhandewalan Extn,
New Delhi - 110055
Tel:+91-11-23516183,23525695
Fax: +91-11-23632147
E-Mail: mail@sgepc.in
Website: www.sportsgoodsindia.org , www.toysindia.in

Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion Council
Office No. AW 1010, Tower A,
G Block, Bharat Diamond Bourse,
Next to ICICI Bank, Bandra-Kurla Complex, Bandra - East,
Mumbai - 400 051, India
Tel : 0091 22 26544600
Fax : 0091 - 22 - 26524764
Email : ho@gjepcindia.com
Web : www.gjepc.org

Shellac & Forest Products Export Promotion Council
International Trade Facilitation Centre
1/1 Wood Street, 2nd Floor,
Kolkata 700 016
Phone: 0091-33-2283-4417
Fax: 0091-33-2283-4699
e-Mail: sepc@vsnl.net

 

The Cashew Export Promotion Council of India
Cashew Bhavan, Mundakkal West,
Kollam 691001, Kerala
Tel: +91 474 2742704
E-mail : cepci@cashewindia.org

 

Electronics and Computer Software Export Promotion Council
PHD House, Phase-II, 3rd Floor
Opp. Asian Game Village
New Delhi - 110 016
Tel: (91) 11 - 2651 0632 / 2651 0630 / 2696 4463
Fax: (91) 11 - 26853412
E-Mail: esc@vsnl.com
Website: http://www.escindia.com

 

Apparel Export Promotion Council
Apparel House, Institutional Area, Sector-44,
Gurgaon-122003 (Haryana)
Tel :  0091-124-2708000
www.aepcindia.com

 

Carpet Export Promotion Council
Niryat Bhawan, 3rd Floor, Rao Tula Ram Marg,
Opp: R.R. Army Hospital,
New Delhi – 110 057,
Tel : 91-11-2615 3466, 91-11-2615 3467
Fax :91-11-2615 3465
E-mail : cepc.nd@gmail.comwww.cepc.co.in ,
Website: http://www.indiancarpets.com

Cotton Textile Export Promotion Council
The Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council
Engineering Centre, 5th Floor
9 Mathew Road, Mumbai 400 004
Tel : 0091 22 2363 2910 to 12
Fax : 0091 22 2363 2914
Email : info@texprocil.org
Website : www.texprocil.org

Export Promotion Council for Handcrafts
6, Community Centre, 2nd Floor, Basant Lok
Vasant Vihar, New Delhi - 110 057
Tel: (91) 11 - 26145355 / 26140861 / 26147615
Fax: (91) 11 - 26146144 / 26143772
E-Mail: delhi@epch.com
Website: http://www.epch.com

Handloom Export Promotion Council
18, Cathedral Garden Road
Nunagambakkam, Chennai - 600 003
Tel: 0091 44 - 28276043 / 28278879
Fax: 0091 44 - 28271761
E-Mail:  hepc@hepcindia.com
Website: http://www.hepcindia.com

 

The Indian Silk Export Promotion Council
1302-04, Ansal Tower, 38 Nehru Place,
New Delhi – 110019
Email: isepc@theindiansilkexportpromotioncouncil.com;roisepc@gmail.com
Telephone : 0091-11-40154181, 26220134

 

Synthetic & Rayon Textile Export Promotion Council
Resham Bhawan, 78, Veer Nariman Point Road
Mumbai - 400 020
Tel: 0091 22 - 22048797 / 22048690
Fax: 0091 22 - 22048358
E-Mail: srtepc@vsnl.com
Website: http://www.srtepc.org

Commodity Boards
Rubber Board
P.B.No.1122, Kottayam,
Kerela 686 002
Tel: (91)-481-2301231
Fax: (91)-481-2571380
E-mail: rbedp@vsnl.com
Website: http://www.rubberboard.com

Coffee Board
1-Dr, Ambedkar Veedhi,
Bangalore-560 001
Tel: (91)-80-2257890
Fax: (91)-80-22255557
Website: http://www.indiacoffee.org

Tea Board
14, B.T.M. Sarani(Brabourne Road)
Kolkata 700 001
Phone No. +91 33 2235 1331
Fax No. +91 33 22215715
E-mail : bezboruah@gmail.com
Website: www.teaboard.gov.in

Tobacco Board
P.B.No.322, G.T.Road,
Guntur-522 004
Tel: (91)-863-2358399
Fax: (91)-863-2354232
E-mail: chairman@indiantobacco.com
Website: http://www.indiantobacco.com

Spices Board
Sugandha Bhavan, N.H. Bypass,
P.B.No.2277, Palarivattom.P.O.
Cochin-682025
Phone : 0091-484-2333610 - 616
Fax : 0091-484-2334429, 2331429
E-mail: chairman.sb-ker@gov.in
Website: http://www.indianspices.com
Business Related Services
India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO)
Pragati Bhawan, Pragati Maidan
New Delhi-110001
Tel. : 91-11-23371540 (EPABX)
Fax : 91-11- 23371492
E-mail : info@itpo.gov.in
Website : http://www.indiatradefair.com

 

National Centre for Trade Information (NCTI)
Hall # 7, Pragati Maidan,New Delhi – 110001
Phone: (91) - 11 - 23371980/81
Fax: (91) - 11 - 23371979
E-Mail: ncti@ncti.gov.in
Website: www.ncti.gov.in

 

Export Credit Guarantee Corporation (ECGC)
Express Towers,10th Floor,
Nariman Point,
Mumbai – 400 021.
Tel: 0091 22 6659 0500-0510
Fax: 0091 22 6659 0517/0546
Email: webmaster@ecgc.in
Website: http://www.ecgc.in

Export Import Bank
Centre one, Floor 21, World Trade Centre
Cuffe Parade, Mumbai- 400 005
Phone: 0091 - 22 – 22185272/22172600
Fax: 0091 - 22 - 22182572
E-Mail: ccg@eximbankindia.in
Website: http://www.eximbankindia.in

Indian Institute of Packaging
E-2, MIDC Area, Post Box No. 9432,
Andheri (East), Mumbai - 400 093
Phone: (91) - 22 - 28219803, 28216751
Fax: (91) - 22 -28375302
E-mail: :   iip@iip-in.com
Website: www.iip-in.com

Indian Council of Arbitration
Federation House, Tansen Marg,
New Delhi - 110 001
Phone: (91) - 11 - 23319251, 23719103
Fax: (91) - 11 - 23320714, 23721501
Email : ica@ficci.com, debajyoti.sengupta@ficci.com
Website: www.icaindia.co.in

Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO)
Niryat Bhawan, Rao Tula Ram Marg,
Opp. Army Hospital Research & Referral,
New Delhi-110 057
Tel: +91-11-46042222, 26150101-04,
Fax: +91-11-26148194, 26150077
Email: fieo@nda.vsnl.net.in; fieo@fieo.org,
Website: www.fieo.org

 

Indian Diamond Institute
Katargam, GIDC, Post Box No. 508
Sumul Diary Road, Surat - 395008, Gujarat
Phone: 0091 - 261 - 480809
Fax: 0091 - 261 - 481110
E-Mail: info@diamondinstitute.net
Website: http://www.diamondinstitute.net

 

The State Trading Corporation of India Ltd.
Jawahar Vaypar Bhawan
Tolstoy Marg, NEW DELHI-110001.
Tel: (91)-11-23313177, (91) 11-23701177
Fax: (91) 11-23701123
E-mail : co@stclimited.co.in
Website: http://www.stclimited.co.in

 

MMTC Limited
Core 1, Scope Complex,
7 Institutional Area, Lodhi Road,
New Delhi - 110003
E-mail- mmtc@mmtclimited.com
Tel : 0091-11-24362200
Website : www.mmtclimited.com

 

 

 

 

Trade Fairs & Exhibitions

 

Trade Fairs & Exhibitions

  • Trade Fairs & Exhibitions in India.

 

Hyperlink to http://indiatradefair.com/uploads/doc/pdf/Calendar_of_Events_2018_19_compressed.pdf

  • Trade Fairs & Exhibitions organized by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).

Hyperlink to http://www.cii.in/Events.aspx?enc=5Qj31akIlo6Y7nuU38ndAtfxkM1VjpZnZ6A5Jf5mnlEZBTLl55V2HEe2jmboJPxS

Hyperlink to http://www.ficci.in/forthcoming-events-more.asp

  • Other Trade Fairs, Exhibitions & Events.

Hyperlink to http://10times.com/india/tradeshows

 

  • Trade Fairs & Exhibitions in UAE.
  • Trade Fairs & Exhibitions in Abu Dhabi

Hyperlink to http://www.eventseye.com/fairs/cy1_trade-shows-abu-dhabi.html

  • Trade Fairs & Exhibitions in Dubai

Hyperlink to http://www.eventseye.com/fairs/cy1_trade-shows-dubai.html

  • Trade Fairs & Exhibitions in Sharjah

Hyperlink to https://www.eventseye.com/fairs/cy1_trade-shows-sharjah.html

 

Business Tenders

    • Tenders issued in UAE. 

Hyperlink to  https://services.moid.gov.ae/en-us/Competition/Pages/AvailableTenders.aspx

Tenders issued in India.

Hyperlink to https://etenders.gov.in/eprocure/app

Custom Guidelines

    • Customs & Excise Duties in India.

Hyperlink to www.cbic.gov.in

    • Baggage rules for Indian Passengers.

Hyperlink to http://www.cbic.gov.in/resources//htdocs-cbec/customs/cs-act/formatted-htmls/bgge-rules2016-ason23may2016.pdf;jsessionid=F8536CD9536B15920ACA941DA25856C4

    • Import of Gold Jewellery in India – Guidelines.

An Indian passenger, who has been residing abroad for over one year, was permitted to bring jewellery without payment of duty up to an aggregate value of Rs 50,000/- in case of a gentleman passenger and Rs 100,000/- in case of a lady passenger.

    • Prohibited & Restricted Items in UAE. 

Hyperlink to https://www.dubaicustoms.gov.ae/en/eServices/ServicesForIndividuals/ViewCustomsInformation/Pages/Prohibited-and-Restricted-Goods.aspx

 

Monthly Commercial Report 

Link to the attached pdf file (MCR August 2018).

Link to the attached pdf file (Annexure for MCR August 2018)