Chamber writes to Portuguese Foreign Minister on Portugal taking Presidency of the European Council from 1 January 2021 and the importance of focusing on EU’s relations with India.
News Flash: Trade and Investment Partnership Summit 2020
The Europe India Chamber of Commerce, the Apex Chamber of Europe which promotes trade and economic relations between European Union and India, is pleased to invite you to its annual flagship brand event, the Trade and Investment Partnership Summit (TIPS 2020). The TIPS virtual Summit will take place on December 16, 2020. The theme of the Virtual Summit is: “EU-INDIA – OPPORTUNITIES FOR SDG AND GROWTH UNDER COVID TRANSFORMATIVE ORDER”.
The objective of the Trade and Investment Partnership Summit (TIPS) is to create awareness on international business opportunities and feasibility of cross-border expansion for Indian and European business. The Summit will make comprehensive overview on the strategic fundamentals of India-EU bilateral relationship in content and context and will suggest ways to give it a strategic dimension through a full spectrum of presentations and debate.
For more information, please see the link: Trade and Investment Partnership Summit 2020 – TIPS 2020 info
For EICC TIPS 2020 Final Program, please see the link: EICC TIPS 2020 Final Program
Europe India Chamber of Commerce writes to French Ambassador to the EU on the EU-Pakistan Strategic Dialogue and says that it was the most inappropriate time for EU to hold the Dialogue with Pakistan given the wide and violent anti-French and anti-European demonstration in the country.
Europe’s Apex Chamber EICC asks EU to review the GSP+ trade privilege to Pakistan, a country which is regarded as an international jihad’s tourist resort. A time has come when the question should not be whether Pakistan deserves GSP+ privileges, but whether it is time to impose tough economic sanctions on the country. The letter to the EU Trade Commissioner says that it is perhaps high time that institutions like the European Union put their considerable global influence and moral weight in leading a multilateral push for putting Pakistan on the Black List of FATF.
Please see the EICC letter to EU High Representative and VP Mr. Josep Borrell on espionage activities by Chinese Secret Service
Please see the EICC letter letter addressed to the EU Commissioner Ms. Stella Kyriakides
Please see the EICC letter addressed to EU Trade Commissioner Mr. Phil Hogan.
The Europe India Chamber of Commerce (EICC) is recognized as the Apex Chamber of Europe which promotes bilateral trade between European Union and India. EICC is a non-partisan, business advocacy organization which speaks for multilateral rule based trading system and improvement in European and Indian competitiveness through activities in the legislative, regulatory and political arenas and acts as the catalyst for positive change in all areas of economic development. The chamber is realising its mission through high level strategic dialogue and debate in which trade and economic issues are intensively discussed. The Chamber is the premier non-profit generating privately funded non-governmental organization which serves as the key liaising body representing views of European and Indian business and professional communities, companies, enterprises and semi-business groups having business interest in each other’s countries. Our primary mission is to foster a bilateral dialogue between key business and decision makers, thus encouraging progressive economic policies in both Europe and India. The objective of the EICC is to provide substantial input into the various interest groups and to facilitate, co-ordinate, liaise and advise European and Indian business community who are typically based in most Member States of the EU countries.