Indian Chamber of Commerce appoints S.K. Wadhawan as ‘chief representative’ for Kuwait

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KUWAIT CITY, May 5: The Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has appointed S. K. Wadhawan, a renowned business personality, as its Chief Representative for Kuwait, signaling a strategic move to bolster economic ties between India and Kuwait. With Wadhawan at the helm, ICC aims to facilitate greater economic collaboration and shared prosperity between the two nations.

India and Kuwait share a multifaceted relationship encompassing economic, cultural, and social dimensions, with a significant Indian expatriate community residing in Kuwait. The appointment of Wadhawan is expected to further strengthen bilateral trade and investment ties, leading to enhanced growth prospects in the foreseeable future. Having established himself both in the Gulf region and India, he has played a pivotal role in shaping the automotive industry and fostering economic relations between Kuwait and India. His leadership in various business and philanthropic endeavors underscores his commitment to excellence and humanitarianism.

In his new capacity, Wadhawan will engage with key stakeholders including corporations, government agencies, and industry organizations to promote trade and investment between India and Kuwait. Given the deep-rooted people-topeople connections and longstanding diplomatic relations between the two countries, there is immense potential for further collaboration and growth in bilateral trade.

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