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CNCCI, ACC meet discuss issues

CNCCI, ACC meet discuss issues
Members of CNCCI and ACC in Dimapur on Tuesday. (NP)
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, APR 20 (NPN) | Publish Date: 4/20/2021 12:54:26 PM IST

Representatives and delegates from Confederation of Nagaland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CNCCI) and Assam Chamber of Commerce (ACC) deliberated on the issues and problems faced by the respective organisations at the two-day, 3rd executive meeting of CNCCI here in Dimapur on Tuesday. 

At the meeting, ACC secretary general, Sisir Dev Kalita suggested on the importance of forming a coordination committee in order to discuss the issues. 

He said that common platform was needed at this juncture to bring the entire state of North East as one so that issues could be raised and forwarded to the higher level. 

He also highlighted on the formation of ACC in 2007, for the welfare of the business community. 

At present, he said ACC has formed committee in 33 district units across Assam with more than one lakh members, out of which 22 to 22 percent comprises of women entrepreneur. 

He further said that ACC was trying to form women cell across all districts, young and student wing. 

Delivering presidential address, CNCCI chairman, Dr. Khekugha Muru described the day as “historic” for the two neighbours- Assam and Nagaland, and also between the two-apex business body CNCCI and ACC.

He said since time immemorial the state has not only been living as neighbours but even in trade and commerce the two neighbours have been part of it when bartering system was the medium. 

He said the bondage and relationship have grown stronger, deeper and grown many folds since then. However, he said that the business community of the two states have never met or visited each other, though they might have interacted and dealt with each other on individual capacity. 

Therefore, he said that the two business communities should come together with a common vision for “overall progress, prosperity and vibrant economic environment”. 

Muri was also optimistic that the meet will be an eye opener for the rest of the regions business community to emulate and further strengthen it among the Northeastern states into an economic power house for the nation. 

Muru also briefed about the various activities and contribution carried about by the district units during the COVID pandemic lockdown-2020 and also the initiative carried out by the units on plastic free districts. 

The meet will culminate on April 21. 

Earlier, the programme chaired by CNCCI, vice chairman S Abenthung Ngullie began with an invocation by Dimapur Sumi Baptist Church senior pastor Rev. Vitoshe Swu. The programme further followed business hour

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