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NES Refractories LLP Hosts AIGMF Executive Committee Meeting In Assam

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HT Bureau
GUWAHATI, Dec 12: 
The executive meeting of The All India Glass Manufacturers Federation (AIGMF) was organised, under the hospitality of NES Refractories LLP, which was attended by delegates from across the globe. This is the first time in the 77-year history of AIGMF that the Federation’s executive meeting was held in Guwahati.

Gupta informed that glass businessmen from different cities of India including the UK, France, and Bhutan participated in the meeting, in which many national and international companies including Saint Gobain, AGI, Glass Pack (Hindware), Sunrise Glass, Gopal Glass along with a large number of delegates participated.

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Gupta further added, “An awareness session was organised by the Competition Commission of India (CCI) under the government of India on the important topic of ‘Healthy and Unhealthy’ competition in business. In which the difference between the two was explained through the presentation. For example, if any goods are imported into India from the international market under unhealthy competition, then it was told about the anti-dumping duty imposed on them. In the same way, if any industry in India unethically creates trade-related hindrances to any industry, then information about various legal provisions under CCI was also given for that. Along with this, all this information is also available on the website of AIGMF.”

The meeting was attended by AIGMF vice president HC Bhambani (Sunrise Glass), secretary Vinit Kapoor, treasurer Purvish Shah (Gopal Glass), CGCRI scientist Dr K Annapurna, Aman Gupta (managing partner NES Refectories LLP), Dave Fodham Publishers Glass Worldwide, among others.

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