Govt, industry to discuss ways to promote growth of Indian toy sector on Jul 8

This post was originally published on The Economic Times

New Delhi: Government officials and industry will hold a detailed discussions on ways to further boost domestic manufacturing and exports of toys on July 8, an official said. The meeting is organised by Invest India, an arm of the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT), in collaboration with the Toy Association of India.
The main issues that would figure in the meeting include growing opportunities and regulatory developments in the toy sector to chart a path forward; making India a global toy hub; and ways to integrate Indian toy manufacturers in the global supply chain.

Toy Association of India Senior Vice-President Naresh Kumar Gautam said the government has already taken a series of steps to boost the growth of the sector.To showcase domestic products, an international fair is being organised from July 6-9 here at Pragati Maidan where over 150 foreign buyers from 35 nations are visiting.

Over 400 domestic toy players will exhibit their innovative products, Gautam said, adding that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has mentioned

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