Union Minister for MSME Narayan Rane along with MoS, MSME, BPS Verma and senior Officers of the Ministry met the Government of UAE delegation led by MoS for Entrepreneurship and SMEs Dr. Ahmad Belhoul Al Falasi.
Rane emphasised that the UAE is India’s third biggest trade partner, and we look forward to working together to establish a structure that allows MSMEs to explore new prospects while also scaling current enterprises. He invited the UAE to invest in India in areas including infrastructure, food manufacturing, and energy.
AS&DC, MSME Shailesh Kumar Singh emphasised that the SMEs of both nations have enormous potential to expand bilateral commerce through exchanging best practises, expertise, skilling, and technology transfer.
According to JS, MSME Mercy Epao, India and the UAE have good bilateral connections that are well rooted historically and culturally, and they look forward to future undertakings. She emphasized that CEPA has created new chances for bilateral commerce and investment, which would assist SMEs and startups.