The East African Community (EAC) gets a New TRADE COMMISSIONER
Industrialist Anuj Agarwal appointed as Trade Commissioner India EAC division
Noida, May 31: In a get together hosted at the office of the East African Community, Industrialist Anuj Agarwal was appointed as the new Trade Commissioner of the India EAC division.
East African Community is a regional intergovernmental organisation of 7 Partner countries in the African Great Lakes region. With the official admission of the Democratic Republic of Congo as a member last month, the East African Community’s (EAC) membership has grown to seven. The other members are Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, and South Sudan.
On occasion, Mr. Anuj Agarwal, Industrialist and Trade Commissioner EAC division, said, “I am looking forward to a strong partnership with the India EAC Council and strengthening these collaborations. With my appointment as Trade Commissioner of India EAC division, my Noida office will cater to the EAC trade professionals from the region by giving support for commercial activity and meetings.
We have a full-fledged library that can cater to the needs of the exporters in India with commercial statistics, reports, studies and sector-specific enquiries that may be needed for Indian trade companies to do business in the EAC region. I have always considered the East African community the best compared to other sub-regional economic blocs in Africa in terms of free movement of people and goods, infrastructure integration, and trade, adds Anuj Agarwal.
On occasion were present Dr. Asif Iqbal, President Indian Economic Trade Organization and diplomats from Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, and South Sudan.