Haryana will host 33rd World Union of Wholesale Markets (WUWM) Conference in Gurugram from October 10-13 this year, in which heads of 200 mandis from across the world will participate.
This was informed during a meeting held today, under the chairmanship of Abhilaksh Likhi, Principal Secretary, Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Department, with the officers of World Union of Wholesale Market.
Haryana State Agricultural Marketing Board will organise this conference.
The principal secretary said that three years ago in the Netherland's capital Hague, Haryana Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister O P Dhankar had offered to hold the world conference of wholesale market in Haryana.
On the basis of which, the officers of world union of wholesale market, Netherland have decided to hold the conference in Gurugram, Likhi said.
Countries from Asia, North and South America, Africa and Europe will also participate in the conference.
The countries include China, Germany, Spain, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Africa and Australia, he added.
The main aim for organising the conference is unified structure of mandis all across the world and how India can take advantages of the improvements in the mandis in the world, Likhi said.
Apart from this, information related to reforms all over the world will be shared so that India could move towards a single unified world market, the secretary said.
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