The 3-day international exhibition - 'World Dental Show 2017' opened in Mumbai today showcasing the evolving global technologies and techniques in dentistry.
The exhibition was hosted by the Indian Dental Association (IDA) has witnessed participation from the international exhibitors from China, Germany, Israel, Malaysia, Russian Federation, South Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, UK and US, numbering about 120 are displaying their latest dental wares in 250 well furnished stalls.
"I congratulate the IDA for its plans to launch its new research and educational centre at its head office in Mumbai. I suggest that the 'Make in India' initiative we should not depend only on foreign imports on dental material and equipment but indigenously produce the same on our own here in the country. I assure that I would extend all possible help from Maharashtra Government to support IDA in whatever help needed in development of dental research and trade," Maharashtra industry minister Subhash Desai said after inauguration.
The show will facilitate the Exhibitors from across the globe to meet the 'who is who' in the Indian dental arena and provide them to use this platform to build networks of influence, launch new products and create awareness about new clinical claims, IDA secretary Ashok Dhoble said.
ECGC signed an MoU with AOFI
Mumbai: Specialised state-owned insurer, ECGC today said that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Export Credit Agency of Serbia which aims at developing cooperation between the Serbian and Indian export credit agencies to increase the mutual trade of goods and services between the two countries.
The MoU includes exchange of information and mutual assistance and cooperation in training staff and organisation of workshops on export credits matters.
USIF to set up office in Mumbai and Delhi Mumbai: US Immigration Fund, which is the largest EB-5 fund raiser in the world, has decided to set up initial offices in Mumbai and Delhi to attract Indian investors seeking permanent residency in the United States.
Speaking at a press event in Mumbai, Nicholas A.
Mastroianni II, the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the multi-billion dollar US Immigration Fund said that India is fast catching up with China in creating investors who believe in expanding businesses overseas.
The EB-5 program was created by the US Congress in 1990 to enable high-net-worth foreign investors to obtain a American visa by investing in a US-based business in a manner that would benefit its economy by creating jobs.