Bengaluru, May 30: It is interesting times in the Indo-Dutch bilateral trade relations that reach a new height and NFIA (Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency) which is an operational unit of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and assists foreign companies, is driving towards establishing business in India and across the globe in a big way, a top official has said.
NFIA officials Jeroen Nijland, Foreign Investment Commissioner from NL, Sandra de Wild a sector specialist and Stans Kleijnen, the Executive Director Nijiland are touring India to promote Netherlands as a business destination. “Amsterdam is a prime base of operations from which to further expand our share in the growing European market,” they say.
Nijland told reporters here on Wednesday, “These are interesting times in the Indo-Dutch bi-lateral trade relations. The relocation of European Medical Agency from UK to Amsterdam post Brexit enhances NL’s prospect as an export gateway to Europe for Indian LSH companies.”
NFIA since its inception in 2009 has helped over 250+ Indian companies settle in NL. These companies have employed over 18000 people. Of the 250+ companies, 20 of the leading pharma giants such as Serum Institute of India, Dr. Reddys, Lupin, Sun Pharma etc. leverage the Dutch ecosystem for global growth and expansion. (UNI)