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Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)

Since inception in 1995, NCTI has entered into Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with organisations in 14 countries under the overall ageis of Department of Commerce Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India. 

The objective of these MoU is to increase level of communication between the two countries for the benefit of the trade and industry on both sides by providing non sensitive trade and commercial information on a reciprocal basis. Value added information could also be provided on a charged basis.

 
Name of Organisation
Date of Signing
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Croatia Chamber of Economy (CCE), Croatia
23.10.1996
Slovak Ministry of Economy (SME), Slovakia
13.12.1996
Mongolian Trade and Industry Promotion Organisation (MOTRA), Mongolia
Nov., 1996
Chamber of Economy of Slovenia (CES), Slovenia
04.02.1997
Centre for Foreign Economic Research (CFER), Czech Republic
06.02.1997
Romanian Foreign Trade Centre (RFTC), Republic of Romania
11.02.1997
Hungarian Investment and Trade Development Agency (ITDH), Republic of Hungary
11.11.1997
Egyptian International Trade Point (EITP), Ministry of Economy and Foreign Trade, Egypt
12.11.1997
Moscow Scientific and Research Centre (MSRC), State Committee for Communication and Informatisation of the Russian Federation (GOSCOMS VYAZ) (iii) Chamber of Commerce & Industry of the Russian Federation (CCIRF), Moscow (iv) Russian Information Network for Business Co-operation (RBCNet Corpn), Moscow
04.02.1998
The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce (TCCC), Sri Lanka
12.05.1998
Cyprus Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Cyprus
10.09.1998
The Export Promotion Centre (IGEME) Undersecretariat of Foreign Trade, Republic of Turkey
17.09.1998
The Bulgarian Export Promotion Centre, Ministry of Trade & Tourism, Bulgaria
26.10.1998
National Centre for Marketing & Price Study, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus
22.02.2001
The Romanian Foreign Trade Centre (CRCE)
20.10.2003