JAMMU, Apr 30: Jawed Ashraf, Ambassador of India to France along with Romesh Khajuria Chairman, Wool & Woollens Export Promotion Council (WWEPC) Ministry of Textiles , Government of India inaugurated the Indian pavilion in the Foire De Paris , at Paris.
Romesh Khajuria, led the delegation of WWEPC members to France.
He informed that the delegation of Indian exporters consists of more than 70 exporters, entrepreneurs, artisans and weavers from various parts of India are participating in the event.
The delegation also comprises of 15 exporters and entrepreneurs from Jammu and Kashmir who got the opportunity to explore the market of Paris, France.
Speaking during the inaugural event, Khajuria said that small scale manufacturer-exporters to explore this market as well as to preserve the existing contacts.
He said this is an export promotion activity and provided an excellent opportunity to Indian SMEs to interact with the buyers, buying houses and agents from France and neighbouring countries.
He said India’s exports of textile products to France were US$ 920.00 million during 2022-23 against set target of US$ 956 million set by the Department of Commerce and registered 4.42% growth.
Khajuria further added that Prime Minister has a lot of thrust in our products for export market.
WWEPC is constantly trying to organize such events in the future so that member-exporters can take the benefit to know the trend as well as the quality standard of a particular country.