Mumbai, April 10, 2019: Mr. Vijay Kalantri, Board Member, World Trade Centers Association (WTCA), New York and Vice Chairman, MVIRC World Trade Center Mumbai was elected for the sixth consecutive term as the Board Member of World Trade Centers Association (WTCA), New York. The re-election took place at a time when WTCA celebrates its 50th General Assembly at Querétaro in Mexico.
On this occasion, Mr. Kalantri said, “I am honored and privileged to be elected once again as Board Member. I thank all the members for reposing faith in me. I reaffirm my commitment to the vision of WTCA which is to promote prosperity through trade.” Mr. Kalantri is also the President of the All India Association of Industries and Promoter of Dighi Port. Mr. Kalantri is also on the Board of WTCA Foundation to help in its mission to conduct programmes that promote social welfare as well as support activities that foster peace and social stability.
World Trade Centers Association is an unparalleled network of 328 World Trade Centers across 91 countries connecting one million businesses across sectors. WTCA helps businesses to connect globally while prospering locally.
World Trade Center (WTC) Mumbai, promoted by M Visvesaraya Industrial Research and Development Centre, is the premier World Trade Center in India dedicated to the promotion of international trade and investment. It is a member of the WTCA. The prime objective of the World Trade Center Mumbai is to enhance India’s trade competitiveness and facilitate India’s integration with global markets through trade promotion, research, education, and training in international trade and business. World over, WTCs are growing at a fast pace with over 28 of them in India alone.
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