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POLAND-INDIA. BUSINESS COOPERATION PROSPECTS, EXPECTATIONS, OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGED FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF ECONOMIC RELATIONS

On 9th April in Andersia Hotel in Poznan was held a Conference “Poland – India. Business cooperation prospects, expectations, opportunities and challenges for the development of economic relations” organized by the Polish-Indian Chamber of Commerce and the City of Poznan.…

On 9th April in Andersia Hotel in Poznan was held a Conference “Poland – India. Business cooperation prospects, expectations, opportunities and challenges for the development of economic relations” organized by the Polish-Indian Chamber of Commerce and the City of Poznan.

The meeting moderated by Mr. Jahangir Mangalia, was opened by Mr. Ryszard Sznajder – President of the Board of the Chamber and Mr. Jerzy Stępień – Deputy President of City of Poznań. The first panel, discussed by Antoni Miklaszewski – former Head of Economic Section, Polish Embassy in New Delhi was devoted to the recommended areas of Polish-Indian cooperation. Mr. Miklaszewski also pointed out possible barriers to doing business with Indian and ways to overcome them. Legal and tax aspects of investing in India presented Mr. Manoj K. Chabra which was made possible by teleconference from India. Mr. Marcin Zawadzki – Manager at Ernst&Young had a speech on tax aspects of importing gods from India to Poland.

The next part of conference was a case study. The examples of efficient Polish-Indian business cooperation were presented by the following companies: Komandor SA, represented by Konrad Chmiel and TB Hydro Sp. z o. o., which business relations were presented by Ryszard Janicki. In this part of the conference a speech also had Jarosław Lesiński – Deputy Director and Advisor in PKO BP II Corporate Center in Poznań.

The last presentation related to cultural differences in business between Poland and India was led by Ms. Monika Tokarska – Director of Berlitz in Poznan. Ms. Tokarska indicated the influence of tradition on the business culture in India.