India-Korea Trade Relations Strengthened through GTTCI and IKBCC MoU
This landmark agreement reflects a mutual commitment to fostering economic growth, innovation, and cooperation between India and Korea.
In a significant milestone for bilateral trade promotion and the strengthening of economic ties, the Global Trade and Technology Council of India (GTTCI) and the Indo Korean Business Culture Center (IKBCC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Thursday at the historic Bikaner House in New Delhi.
The MoU was formally sealed with the signatures of Dr. Gaurav Gupta, Founder President of GTTCI, and Ms. Zena Chung, Founder of IKBCC. This strategic partnership is set to shape the future of India-Korea business relations, enhancing the collaborative potential between the two nations.
This landmark agreement reflects a mutual commitment to fostering economic growth, innovation, and cooperation between India and Korea. It paves the way for innovative collaborations, the exchange of technology and knowledge, and the development of new avenues for trade.
Both Dr. Gaurav Gupta and Ms. Zena Chung expressed their optimism about the promising future of India-Korea business relations, emphasizing the potential for growth and economic prosperity. The signing of this MoU signals a new era of cooperation and opportunity between the two nations.
GTTCI and IKBCC's joint efforts will undoubtedly contribute to a more robust and dynamic economic partnership between India and Korea, further solidifying the bond between the two nations.