About

The Business Council for Cooperation with India is a public non-profit organization that includes representatives of the business circles of both countries and heads of government bodies. The main purpose of its work is expanding cooperation, development of trade and economic relations between the Russian Federation and the Republic of India. The Chairman of the Board of the Business Council for Cooperation with India is Sergey Cheremin, Minister of the Government of Moscow, Head of the Department for External Economic and International Relations of the City of Moscow. He is also a member of the Intergovernmental Russian-Indian Commission on trade, economic, scientific, technical and cultural cooperation.

Goals and tasks

Assistance

Members of the Business Council in establishing business relations with relevant executive authorities in Russia and India.

Representation of interests

Members of the Business Council at the level of specialized authorities in Russia and India, public organizations and business communities of both countries.

Organization of participation

Members of the Business Council at the level of specialized authorities in Russia and India, public organizations and business communities of both countries.

Information alert

Members of the Business Council at the level of specialized authorities in Russia and India, public organizations and business communities of both countries.

Promotion

Russian goods and services, including innovative and high-tech products, to the Indian market and attracting Indian investments to the Russian economy.

Attraction

Mutual investment and business development between countries.

India is a country with annual economic
growth dynamics

Expanding trade, economic and investment cooperation between Russia and India remains one of the key priorities in the context of further promoting the especially privileged strategic partnership, as well as fulfilling the task of increasing the volume of bilateral trade to $ 30 billion by 2025.