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(ANSA) - NEW DELHI, 21 SEPT - Today, on the initiative of the Ambassador of Italy to India, Vincenzo De Luca, an online discussion will be held with representatives of Confindustria and the main associations of the Agri-food sector. The dialogue, promoted in collaboration with Confindustria, inaugurates a series of appointments with the main trade associations to identify the prospects of the Italian companies most present on the Indian market. The next sectors involved will be the priority ones for the economic partnership between Italy and India: textiles, automotive, machinery, energy transition. Other meetings will follow between Italy and India, with particular attention to Indian interest in trade fairs, as demonstrated by the Salone del Mobile in Milan, which saw the record of more than 4,000 Indian visitors. "The trade figures are significant", said Ambassador De Luca in presenting the initiative, "the first half of 2022 saw a leap forward of 26% of our exports, with bilateral trade equal to 7.2 billion. of euros. Thanks to these performances among the EU countries we are now India's third trade partner ". Ambassador De Luca stressed that it is necessary for "our business and financial system to have the tools to exploit the potential for further growth of trade and investment in India" In addition to De Luca, the consuls general of Mumbai, Calcutta and Bangalore, the director of ICE Alessandro Liberatori and Gautam Bhansali, from Sace, will participate in the meeting; from Italy, Raffaele Langella and Giovanni Maresca for Confindustria, Alessandro Durante for Anima, Fabio Ricci for Federunacoma, Gianpaolo Crasta from Ucima, and Claudio Maffioletti from IICCI.

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