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Samgong Gear

Samgong Gear

Samgong Gear is a world leading GEAR manufacturer in Korea, established in 1967 specialized in replacement gear manufacturing for worldwide aftermarket : all kinds of transmission and differential gears of heavy/medium/light duty commercial vehicles of all Brands and Makes : Korean, Japanese, European and American vehicles.

Samgong Gear has a good experience and expertise of developing fast moving parts ( custom gears ) from a sample by reverse engineering knowhow, in short lead time of 60 days and at competitive cost.

Products/Services: All kinds of Transmission & Differential Gears, Light Truck and Heavy Commercial Vehicle Parts etc

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Company : Samgong Gear
Address : 64, Aenggogae-ro 654 beon-gil, (741-4, Gojan-dong) Namdong-gu, Inchon, Korea
Country : KoreaCity : Namdong
Telephone : 82-32-821-3030Fax : 82-32-821-3039
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    Indo-African Trade Port

    Indian leaders expressed a goal that the bilateral trade with Africa would soon reach USD 150 billion hopefully within the next five years, from the current value of USD 52 billion.

    Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Mr. C R Chaudhary said that the current level of trade is increasingly seen as well below the potential especially when viewed in perspective of the opportunities available. He urged the African countries to properly utilize the Duty-Free Tariff Preference (DFTP) scheme to help boost trade between the two regions. The scheme allows the import of almost all products from least developed countries (LDCs) to India attracting lower or zero duties.

    "I am confident that India-Africa bilateral trade can touch USD 150 billion in the next five years.


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    According to the organizers, Buildexpo  has grown in several aspects in 2018. The visitor registrations are much higher including top industry professionals such as builders, developers, architects, consultants, engineers, manufacturers, importers & distributors.  In terms of exhibitors, the event will showcase a wider range of products and equipment also this year since there has been a focus on the mining, lighting, wood and water industry.

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    MEDEXPO ETHIOPIA: 15th - 17th Nov., 2018 - Millenium Hall, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

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    He told reporters that "Rapid urbanization and rapid growth of middle class will lead consumption demand, which is going to make Africa the place to be. The most important area for investment is power. Electricity, infrastructure and agriculture are other key areas,"  Almost 645 million people in Africa need to have access to electricity, suggesting huge

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