Tuesday, 11 August 2020

Namaste India, All About Business In Guatemala

For the first time almost top 20 Indian companies are participating in the first Indian Festival — `Namaste India’ in Guatemala. This event is being hosted by the Indian mission in the upmarket neighbourhood of the city – Cayala.

The Indian companies are from different sectors like automobile, pharmaceutical, engineering, Indian cuisine, etc, Financial Express reports.

India’s ambassador to Guatemala, BS Mubarak told FE, “At the two-day festival starting November 2 in the Central American nation, top Indian companies are exhibiting and there are representatives of other companies who will be participating in the event.”

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