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The 3-day event will provide insights into key sectors such as manufacturing and startups that can receive a further two-way investment flow between UAE and India. Image Credit: Supplied

Dubai: In a follow up on the gains made through 2022’s CEPA deal, an ‘India-UAE Partnership Summit’ opens January 23, and organized by Dubai Chambers of Commerce and Industry. The event will do a deep dive into several sectors such as manufacturing, startups, healthcare and food processing, identified as possible areas of expansion for two-way investment flows.

Held over three days, it will also discuss UAE’s Golden visa scheme and prospects for Indian entrepreneurs and investors. A partnership between International Business Linkage Forum (IBLF) and Dubai International Chamber, one of the three chambers operating under Dubai Chamber, are the organisers.