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Next month Vikas is joining the North East Chamber of Commerce on their market visit to India, with the view to growing DocYOUmentary in the rapidly developing economy.
The meeting has brought together representatives of global defence contractors, governments and industry experts from over 25 countries that are discussing the latest trends in the offset and counter-trade industry, sharing their partnership experiences and the growing role of offset in a rapidly developing economy.
With its large population and rapidly developing economy Brazil represents an important market for Nitto Denko in the future.
With an estimated population of 83 million, Egypt is widely regarded as an important political and cultural center both in Africa and the Middle East and is enjoying a rapidly developing economy.
To increase China's exports of meat is a stated aim of the Chinese Government, and is seen as a sign of affluence in the country's rapidly developing economy.
C) in 2004 as a part of the Abu Dhabi government's privatization process, undertaken to revitalize industry in an increasingly diversified and rapidly developing economy.
India is a rapidly developing economy because it sees its future clearly and has the conviction to do what is needed today to realize that vision," said Freeman Nung, Stratus vice president, Asia/Pacific Region.
A wide range of programmes designed to prepare students for rewarding careers in the fastest growing sectors of Bahrain's rapidly developing economy are offered at the polytechnic.