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115th Annual Session with Shri Piyush Goyal,Hon’ble Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Power, Mines, Coal and New & Renewable Energy Sources, Government of India

02 October 2016 at 12.30 p.m. at Taj Bengal, Kolkata The 115th Annual Session of the Chamber was held with Shri Piyush Goyal, Hon’ble Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Power, Mines, Coal and New & Renewable Energy Sources, Government of India today. “MCCI is one the greatest Chambers in the country in terms of

Interactive Session with H E Mr. Thorir Ibsen, Ambassador of Iceland to India on “Doing Business with Iceland” on

Thursday, 22 September 2016 at MCCI The Chamber organized an Interactive Session with H E Mr. Thorir Ibsen, Ambassador of Iceland to India on “Doing Business with Iceland” on Thursday, 22 September 2016 at 4 pm at its premises. Mr. Haukur Olofsson, Minister Counsellor, Embassy of Iceland also attended the Session. A Free Trade Agreement

MCCI on West Bengal State Budget 2016-17

The State Budget for 2016-17 has further introduced a slew of measures to facilitate ease of doing business in the state, said Shri Manish Goenka, President, MCC Chamber of Commerce & Industry. It represents a ‘people’s budget’ in all respects. State’s support to indigenous industry continues with the extension of the Industrial Promotion Assistance Scheme

Awareness Programme on Social Media and its Impact on Youngsters

Shri Samir Saraff, Chairman, Standing Committee on Education, MCC Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI), informed that MCCI, in association with speakers from IBM India Private Limited, is planning to organise a series of Awareness Programmes on ‘Social Media and its impact on Youngsters’ at several premier schools of the city. It is an endeavour

MCCI welcomes the Budget

Shri Arun kumar Saraf, President , MCC Chamber of Commerce & Industry feels that the Union Budget 2015-16 has focused mainly on financial inclusion, re-generation of agriculture and functional social security system for the people, especially for the poor and the under-privileged. The Budget reflects considerable scaling of public investment in infrastructure growth like roads,

MCCI on RailBudget 2015

The Railway Budget 2015-16 breaks new grounds in the sense that it lays down the ‘thrust areas’ of Action Plan’ – de-congesting networks, last mile connectivity projects and introduction of high speed rail in certain railway corridors. For the first time, the Budget speaks of transforming the Indian Railways as its core objective and presents

Simon Hunt, World Renowned Economist and Founder of SHSS (Simon Hunt Strategic Services) at the MCCI

‘Copper Prices are Nothing but a Money Game and World is at War of Global Supremacy and the newly built China-Russia alliance is the blueprint to change the World Order’– announced Mr Simon Hunt, World Renowned Economist and Founder of SHSS (Simon Hunt Strategic Services) at the MCCI Session on ‘Transition to a New World

A pragmatic and forward looking Budget: MCCI

The Finance Minister has presented a pragmatic, all pervasive and forward looking budget in the face of depressing macro-economic outlook of the economy. He has sought to rejuvenate agriculture by setting up Farmer Markets, raising agricultural credit at lower interest, setting up Agri-Universities and strengthening NABARD for re-financing the support measures. The Finance Minister has

Talk on ‘India-UK Initiatives in Climate Change’ organised by MCCI

We target to make the UK the largest Investor in India from the current third position’  – said The Right Hon’ble Baroness Sandip Verma, Minister of the Department of Energy and Climate, Government of the United Kingdom at the MCCI Talk on ‘India –UK Initiatives in Climate Change’ held today at the MCCI Chamber. Shri

Memorandum on ‘Indian Economy – Some Issues of Deep Concern’ sent to Hon. Sri Narendra D. Modi, Prime Minister of India by MCCI

Current Status of the Economy :          The New Government has come to power with a massive mandate from the people whose expectations have gone sky-high, as they voted for a stable government with a single party majority. Hence, the First Budget of this Government has to be a ‘Game Changer’ and reflect the