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Konferencja o biznesie w Indiach w Warszawie

Doing Business in India – implications for European partners

Conference organized by

Centre for Contemporary India Research and Studies, Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw

in cooperation with Association of Polish Banks, National Auditing Union of Worker’s Cooperatives and National Chamber of Commerce, Polska-Indyjska Izba Gospodarcza, Indyjsko-Polska Izba Gospodarcza

November 22 (Monday), 9.00-14.30 (Sala Senatu, Główny Kampus, Pałac Kazimierzowski, ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28)

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9.00. – 9.45. Introduction:

Waldemar Pawlak, Minister of Economy, Deputy Prime Minister

Prof. Alojzy Nowak, Dean of the Faculty of Management, University of Warsaw

dr Jakub Zajaczkowski, the chairperson of the Centre for Contemporary India Research and Studies, Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw

Tomasz Ostaszewicz, Director of Bilateral International Cooperation, Ministry of Economy

Krzysztof Dobrowolski, Deputy Director Department of Asia-Pacific, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Deepak Vohra, Ambassador of India to Poland

10.00-11.15 Panel I: India as an Emerging Economic Power – domestic and global perspectives

9.30.10.15 presentation:

  • Prof. Alojzy Nowak, the Dean of the Faculty of Management, India and New Economic order after Crisis
  • Dr Jakub Zajaczkowski, chairperson of the Centre for Contemporary India Research and Studies,  India as Emerging Power: Implications for world economy
  • Professor K.N. Nair, Director Centre for Development Studies, Trivandrum, Political Economy of India – regional perspectives
  • Professor Balveer Arora, Jawaharlal Nehru University (Former Professor Centre for Political Studies, and Former Rector & Pro-Vice Chancellor), Business and Politics in India: Actors and Processes

11.15- 11.30 discussion

11.30-11.45 Coffee break

11.45-13.00 Panel II: Investment in India – economic, legal and cultural dimensions

11.30.12.15 presentation:

  • Professor B.N. Goldar, Institute of Economic Growth at the University of Delhi, FDI in India- economic factors and business climate
  • Professor Meenakshi Rajeev, Head of Centre for Economic Studies and Policy, Reserve Bank of India Chair,Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore, Banking sector in India: Reforms and Beyond
  • Dr Jivanta Schottli, South Asia Institute (Department of Political Science), University of Heidelberg, Negotiating in business – Indian style

12.15- 12.45 discussion

12.45 – 13.45 Panel III: Roundtable: Poland as a bridge between India and EU: reality or myth?

Discussion  and opinion presented by representatives of Association of Polish Banks, National Auditing Union of Worker’s Cooperatives and National Chamber of Commerce, Polska-Indyjska Izba Gospodarcza, Indyjsko-Polska Izba Gospodarcza

– Andrzej Wolski, General Director, association of Polish Banks

– Janusz Paszkowski, president of National Auditing Union of Worker’s Cooperatives

– Ryszard Sznajder, president of Polska-Indyjska Izba Gospodarcza

– J.J. Singh, president of  Indyjsko-Polska Izba Gospodarcza

– dr Małgorzata Bonikowska, president of India-EU Council

13.45-14.30 Lunch

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Doing Business in India – implications for European partners Conference organized by Centre for Contemporary India Research and Studies, Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw in cooperation with Association of Polish Banks, National Auditing Union of Worker’s Cooperatives and National Chamber of Commerce, Polska-Indyjska Izba Gospodarcza, Indyjsko-Polska Izba Gospodarcza November 22 (Monday), 9.00-14.30 (Sala

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