World Tobacco Middle East 2012

April 02 – 03, 2012 | Dubai, Dubai World Trade Centre, UAE. World Tobacco Middle East 2012 is returning to Dubai and is the only tobacco industry event in the growing Middle Eastern market. With the increase in volumes of tobacco consumption in the millions.

Tobacco Board stall opened at world expo

The Tobacco Board’s stall at World Tobacco Middle East-2012 which began in Dubai on Monday was declared open by Sanjay Varma, Indian Consul General to Dubai.

Tobacco Board Chairman G. Kamalavardhan Rao, liaison officer K. Kaladhar and Rajender Singh Bisht, Under Secretary of Ministry of Commerce, and tobacco industry representatives G.B. Rajasekhar (Indian Tobacco Association treasurer), Mittapalli Umamaheswara Rao, Tadisetty Murali Mohan, Tadisetty Venkata Rao, K. Ramakrishna were among those present.

The stalls at the premier tobacco event which showcases unmanufactured tobacco, tobacco products and machinery from around the world, included those of leading Indian exporters like M/s Sopariwala Exports, M/s Bommidala Enterprises and M/s Tej Ram Dharam Pal.

On the occasion, Mr. Sanjay Varma interacted with the Indian exhibitors and assured them of all possible assistance for boosting exports of tobacco and its products to the UAE.

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