India-South Korea Technology Exchange Centre Inaugurated in New Delhi

Published on July 12, 2018
Betterment of the MSME sector on Government's mind. The India-Korea Technology Exchange Centre was inaugurated at National Small Industries Corporation premises in New 
India-South Korea Technology Exchange Centre inaugurated in New Delhi

Delhi.
  • It was inaugurated by Minister of State (I/C) MSME Giriraj Singh and Minister of SMEs and Start-ups of South Korea, Hong Jong-hak.

About the India-Korea Technology Exchange Centre:

Purpose:

  • The purpose of centre is to create platform for MSMEs of India and South Korea where they can be assisted to identify and exchange latest technologies, share management expertise, product development and technology applications for product development.

Aim/Objectives:

  • The centre will work towards identifying Indian technologies which can be exported to Korea and find suitable Korean partners for the same.
  • It will initiate various cooperative MSME projects complimenting each other’s strengths in MSME sector.
  • It will also create Technology Data Bank from each side to encourage technology transfers, production of high-quality products in India.
  • It will also encourage Joint Ventures (JVs) and business matching between Indian and South Korean SMEs, besides others.

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