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More than 60 companies from China participating in 1st Edition of IEAE

image More than 60 companies from China participating in 1st Edition of IEAE

New Delhi, Dec 6 (KNN) The first edition of India International Electronics & Smart Appliances Exhibition 2018 (IEAE) is underway at Pragati Maidan in the national capital. The exhibition has been organized for Indian and Chinese manufacturers, suppliers, buyers and sellers to showcase the first look of their products.

China Electronic Chamber of Commerce along with associations from India jointly organized the event. Start-ups, small scale companies as well as big companies are participating in the Exhibition.

The three day-long event will end tomorrow.

During the exhibition, a memorandum has been signed between Guangdong Electronic Chamber Of Commerce (GECC) and Federation of All India IT Associations (FAIITA) for the business development between India and China.

Dignitaries at the event discussed on the two issues, one is the roadmap to make India an electronic components manufacturing hub and other was the challenges and opportunities that are ahead of “Make-in India”.

Rajesh Kr Pathak, Deputy Director General, Department of Telecom (Ministry of Communication) said, “This expo is a good platform for building the relation between India and China even stronger.”

“The three long day event has given room to more than 60 companies from China, to showcase and feature their new products which would act as an eye candy for the buyers throughout the wide range of Electronics and smart home Appliances and supported,” Pathak added.

The event has three product categories such as consumer electronic and audio, home appliance and lighting and home system.

“A show like this provides opportunity to different stake holders for development of trade and commerce, and manufacturing in electronics sector,” said Yao Rongcheng, Chairman, GECC.

He said, “It is the perfect platform for innovators, design engineers and implementation engineers to amalgamate with manufactures, traders and institutional buyers.”


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