On March 24, in Delhi, as part of the Days of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly in the Republic of India, the International Business Forum "Business Dialogue in the Eurasian Space" takes place.
At 08:00 (Moscow time) the Panel session "Greater Eurasian Partnership: economic cooperation, trade, investment, logistics" will begin. It is held by the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly jointly with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI).
India is one of the key and promising partners. The potential for development in the trade and economic sphere is enormous. India's economy is among the fastest growing in the world - according to the IMF forecast, India's GDP will grow by 7.4% in 2023. India is a member of more than 2,000 international organizations out of 6,000 currently existing in the world.
India's attitude towards multilateral organizations in Eurasia is an important component as they affect its security and economic development. Moreover, due to the lack of a single comprehensive security structure in Eurasia, India is forced to develop relations with many multilateral organizations in the economic sphere.
The joint search for new solutions and the development of strategies, the strengthening and development of mutual contacts will undoubtedly contribute to unlocking the huge potential of Greater Eurasia and the formation of a general atmosphere of trust on the continent.
Issues for discussion:
- formation of a single Eurasian space;
- ways of effective interaction in trade regulation on the Eurasian continent;
- support of commodity and investment flows, technological and industrial cooperation in the territory of Eurasia;
- building transport and logistics links on the Eurasian continent;
- formation of a general atmosphere of trust between business and government in the Eurasian space;
- creation of a Eurasian postal union;
- free trade zones on the Eurasian continent;
- food security.