New Delhi, Nov 21 (ANI): Pavilions from northeast region are doing brisk business at the ongoing 29th India International Trade Fair (IITF) in New Delhi.
The pavilion attracts hordes of visitors every year, and this year too, there is no decline in the numbers, as more and more people make a beeline for the pavilions from the northeast region.ecorative items made of bamboos and local handlooms made items are the most sought after at the expo.
Apam Ragui, nodal officer IITF Manipur pavilion, said that business at their stall has picked up really good ever since the famed fair was opened for general public.
"The response is more than expected. But during those four days when they had only business entry we have very low sales because very few can buy entry ticket of 400 and can come inside. Of course, we have a few business contact. The sale has come up after 19. It's doing well," Ragui added.
The 29th edition of the IITF was opened for the general public on Thursday.
The fortnight-long fair is organised annually by the Indian Trade Promotion Organisation and provides a platform for trade promotion and helps facilitate interaction between national and international buyers. (ANI)