Myanmar businessmen invited to PLEXCONNECT 2024 India

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Myanmar businessmen have been invited to attend the PLEXCONNECT 2024, a unique business networking platform in India for export with over 500 exhibitors, according to the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (UMFCCI).
PLEXCONNECT 2024, to be held in Mumbai on 7-9 June, will be co-sponsored by the Plastics Export Promotion Council (PLEXCONCIL) and Department of Commerce under the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India.
It is India’s only export-focused exhibition and it will create business networking and opportunities with over 900 purchasers from 100+ countries, over 25,000 trade visitors and over 500 exhibitors, UMFCCI said.
Plastics buyers from Myanmar will be invited to RBSM, which will be arranged in PLEXCONNECT 2024, and the purchasers will also be invited by MAI programme. The purchasers chosen under existing norms will be provided with air ticket, two nights hotel accommodation and ground hospitality.
“Interested member associations of UMFCCI and businessmen can obtain detailed information the website: www.plexconcil.org/plexconnect/ and https://www.plexconcil.org/ plexconnect/buyer-details and they can contact Mr Ruban Hobday, Regional Director, Email: [email protected] and make reservation. — MT/ZN

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