Egypt Wednesday invited Indian investments in the country, and said it also proposes to establish a free economic zone for Indian companies.
Even as preparations are on for the visit of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy to New Delhi, the two countries explored their future economic potential during a trade committee meeting where India hoped it would emerge as preferred source of high quality and competitively-priced products in different areas, from pharmaceuticals and vaccines to information and communications technology.
Government support has helped Jaipur’s blue pottery industry grow in size and scale, and is now counted among the things that help put Jaipur on the global map. Blue pottery is now very popular among the tourists visiting Jaipur, said manufacturers.
India is planning to invite Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi and step up business ties with one of the Arab world's major powers, with which it has had long-standing ties, when a high-profile Indian business delegation heads to post-Mubarak Egypt next month.