30th India International Trade Fair to commence on Sunday in New DelhiBy ANI
Saturday, November 13, 2010
NEW DELHI - Union Minister for Commerce and Industry Anand Sharma will inaugurate the 30th edition of India International Trade Fair (IITF) in the national capital on Sunday at the Pragati Maidan.
This year at least 23 countries including China, Japan, Korea and several western and eastern countries will showcase their products in the fortnight long trade fair.
This year the theme of this famous annual trade fair to be held between (Nov.14 to 27) is ‘Clean and Energy Efficient Technology, Products and Services’.
Entry to the fair will be open exclusively for Business and trade visitors during the first five days. However, the fair will be thrown open for general public from November 19.
Japan and Uganda are participating for the first time.
Indian business firms, states and public sector undertakings usually draw a huge crowd every year. But China is likely to emerge one of the major attractions due to cheap products at display.
This year, Bollywood is coming in a big way, screening some hit films besides the fair would witness renowned artistes perform Gazals and Qawwali to entertain the visitors. (ANI)