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Seminar on India's Foreign Trade Policy 2020-2025

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27-September-2019

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9:30 am - 5 pm

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Hotel Park Central, Kaloor, Ernakulam

SEMINAR ON “INDIA’S FOREIGN TRADE POLICY 2020-2025”

Friday, September 27, 2019

Hotel Park Central, Kaloor, Ernakulam

  

The Cochin Chamber proposes to organise a Seminar on “India’s Foreign Trade Policy 2020-2025” on Friday, the 27th of September 2019 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Hotel Park Central, Kaloor, Ernakulam. (Registration at 9:30 a.m.)

  

This programme is aimed at providing the Exim community in Kerala a platform to discuss the current Policy and offer suggestions to the Government as to what they think should be the changes in the forthcoming policy that could help fulfil the Government’s vision for India’s foreign trade in the future. The inputs received at the Seminar will be collated and sent to the Union Government for their consideration and action. 

  

India’s Foreign Trade Policy is aimed at augmenting the Indian exports of goods and services, generating employment and increasing value addition in the country. The Government, through the implementation of the policy, also seeks to develop the manufacturing and service sectors and facilitate sustained growth in exports from India and imports to India. It also seeks to stimulate sustained economic growth by providing access to essential raw materials, intermediates, components, consumables and capital goods essential for augmenting production and providing services.

  

The Foreign Trade Policy (FTP) 2015-2020, currently in force, expires in March next year. We understand that the Government of India has commenced an exercise to revamp the existing Foreign Trade Policy in order to come out with a new one by March next year - A forward-thinking policy that will substantially boost the export efforts of India and it’s economic growth. In this connection, the Government has started consultation meetings with various interest groups to elicit the views of the Exim community before framing the new Policy. 

  

Mr. G Shivadass, Founder, Shivadass & Shivadass Law Chambers, Bangalore is a Senior Advocate (designated by the Karnataka High Court in 2018) with more than 25 years of standing at the bar. He is well respected at various legal forums, and primarily appears in High Courts including High Court at Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Kolkata, Delhi and the Supreme Court of India.

  

He will be supported by Advocate Siddhartha Bhat, Joint Partner of Lakshmikumaran and Sridharan Attorneys, Bangalore in the conduct of the Seminar. Mr. Siddartha Bhatt is an Advocate with more than 14 years of experience.  He specializes in the areas of Customs, Foreign Trade Policy, Commodity Classification, Import-Export Controls etc. Siddartha has also been continuously in touch with the developments in GST and also studied GST laws of other countries like Canada, Malaysia and UK.

  

The Brochure on the programme and the Profile of the Speakers are attached herewith.  

Registration Fee 

 

Member fee          -   Rs.1000 + 18% GST

Non-Member fee      -   Rs.1500 + 18% GST

 

 

To register for this Workshop, please click on the link below or scan the QR code on the Brochure. 

https://cochinchamber.org/events/register/38

(Please note that payment needs to be made in advance for completion of the registration process. Kindly inform us if you require an invoice in order to initiate the payment. NEFT details are provided in the link)