She presented the projects launched in the past year on the premises of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, at the seminar India - National Economic Projects and Investment Opportunities.
She stressed there were plenty of industries in which Serbian businessmen can cooperate and realize the benefit. It was also pointed to the need for regular interaction on commercial level with the aim of improving bilateral trade and investments.
Chauhan invited Serbian managers and companies to partake in the Second India-Central Europe Business Forum that will be held in Bangalore, India on October 5-6.
The focus of this event will be on agricultural food processing, automotive and car parts industry, clean and green technologies, environmental preservation technologies, information technologies and services, production and high technologies, pharmaceutical sciences, research and development, tourism and urban infrastructures.
The Embassy of India said in a release that the seminar attracted a very large number of visitors, adding that it was attended by Serbian businessmen, representatives of the Serbian government and municipalities, as well as scientific and professional workers.