Gandhinagar, Mar 27 (UNI) Wlodzimierz Madziar, Second Secretary of Poland Embassy in India, today said Gujarat and Poland have immense scope for increasing bilateral economic co-operation between them.
Speaking at an interactive session on Indo-Polish Trade Co-operation, organised by the Gujarat Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI), Mr Madziar said, ''Poland is a big manufacturer of various types of machinery. Gujarat can import machinery for open cast mines and deep mining, power plants and food processing industry. Poland can also supply textile machinery, cranes and other equipments for ports.'' ''On the export front, Gujarat can take advantage of the large market for cotton yarn and textiles in Poland,'' he added.
''India's share in total export to Poland is about 0.12 per cent compared to its import of 0.43 per cent,'' Mr Madziar said.
Poland is in a position to export machinery for coal mines, railways, ships and transport sector to India. Scope for increased trade between two countries has widened following the signing of bilateral agreement in 2006, he added.
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