Mumbai | In a statement released today, Praveen Khandelwal, Secretary General of the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT), expressed a sense of optimism and hope regarding the forthcoming G20 summit, set to take place in New Delhi. Khandelwal emphasized the potential for this high-profile international gathering to open up new avenues of growth and prosperity for Indian businesses and traders nationwide.
As anticipation mounts for the summit, Khandelwal eagerly awaits the outcomes and decisions that will be made on key issues related to economic policy, digital technology, and tax reform. He believes that these decisions hold the potential to benefit small and medium enterprises not only within India but also on a global scale.
To ensure that the impact of the G20 summit is effectively conveyed to the Indian business community, a dedicated committee has been established. This committee, led by National President B.C. Bhartia, comprises prominent members such as Brijmohan Agarwal, Subhash Agarwal, Amar Parwani, Dharyshil Patil, Sumit Agarwal, Prakash Baid, S.S. Manoj, Pankaj Arora, and Shankar Thakkar.
National Secretary S.S. Manoj emphasized the committee's role in studying and disseminating the summit's decisions to business stakeholders across the country.
The G20 summit in New Delhi is now seen as a beacon of hope for the Indian business community, with expectations running high for transformative decisions in various sectors. As the event draws nearer, the eyes of Indian traders remain firmly fixed on the potential that lies ahead.