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Automotive Product Finder Magazine | SIAM signs MoU with its Korean counterpart KAMA during OICA meet
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Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with its Korea counterpart, Korea Automobile Manufacturers Association (KAMA) on the occasion of Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles (OICA) general assembly meeting in Mumbai. OICA is an international trade association which comprises of thirty nine countries’ automotive industry trade associations.
Rajan Wadhera, President, SIAM and Jeong Marn-Ki, President & CEO, KAMA signed the MoU, which institutionalised the framework for a cooperative dialogue between the two organisations to support each other’s efforts in promoting a sustainable, safe, clean, affordable and efficient automobile industry.
Both the organisations have been regularly interacting in various meetings including meeting of OICA and APEC Automotive Dialogue. Highlighting their rich history of cooperation, Rajan Wadhera said, “In context of the auto sector, ties between India and South Korea can be traced back to when Hyundai Motors entered the Indian market in 1996. Indian manufacturers, like Tata Group and Mahindra & Mahindra, have made significant investment in Korea’s auto industry till date. Since the year 2000, these companies have invested $ 3.8 billion in India across various sectors such as electronics, automobiles, metallurgy, earth movers, etc. Recently, Kia Motors has entered India. The success of these ventures is a reflection of the strong ties between both the countries and associations."
Society Of Indian Automobile Manufacturers
Korea Automobile Manufacturers Association
Organisation Internationale Des Constructeurs D'automobiles
Jeong Marn Ki
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