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Third Round Of India-UAE CEPA Negotiations To Begin On Monday

The Minister also stressed the potential benefits from the envisaged CEPA agreement for Industries that are labour intensive in nature. On the numerous complementary spillover economic benefits, including increased investments, job creation and employment opportunities.

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Union Minister of Textiles, Commerce and Industry, Consumer Affairs and Food and Public Distribution, Piyush Goyal while addressing the forum.

The third round of India-UAE Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) negotiations are scheduled to be held in New Delhi on Monday, wherein both sides aim to conclude the negotiations, informed the Union Ministry of Commerce and Industry, on Saturday. 

Union Minister of Commerce and Industries Piyush Goyal met the representatives of Aluminium, Copper and Chemicals and Petrochemicals Industry, on Friday, held a meeting as part of the ongoing multi-stakeholder consultations related to the India-UAE (CEPA) negotiations.

Piyush Goyal apprised the representatives from the industry about the importance of the CEPA in elevating the overall economic and commercial relations with UAE which in turn will not only benefit bilateral trade but also create new jobs and provide wider social and economic opportunities, as per the official statement. 

Providing urged the industry representatives to continue to support the CEPA negotiations in the same spirit in the wider interests of the nation contributing to the holistic development of multi-sectoral economic value chains in the country.

The Minister also stressed the potential benefits from the envisaged CEPA agreement for Industries that are labour intensive in nature. On the numerous complementary spillover economic benefits, including increased investments, job creation and employment opportunities. 

Further, industry representatives were also apprised of the strategic importance of the agreement which encompasses deeper bilateral economic engagement and wider market access.


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