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Cooperation Partners

(Sorted in alphabetic order)


New Delhi-based APCTT, an orgnaization of the UNO, seeks to "assist the members and associate members of ESCAP through strengthening their capabilities to develop and manage national innovation systems; develop, transfer, adapt and apply technology; improve the terms of transfer of technology; and identify and promote the development and transfer of technologies relevant to the region."



CSIR is "recognised as one of the world’s largest publicly funded R&D organisations having linkages to academia, R&D organisations and industry. CSIR’s 38 laboratories not only knit India into a giant network that impacts and add quality to the life of each and every Indian but CSIR is also party to the prestigious Global Research Alliance with the objective of applying global knowledge pool for global good through global funding. CSIR’s R&D portfolio embraces areas as diverse as Aerospace, Biotechnology, Chemicals…indeed, almost the ABC-Z of Indian Science!".



The East West Center serves "as a vigorous hub for cooperative research, education, and dialogue on critical issues of common concern to the Asia Pacific region and the United States".



The "Hamburgische Gesellschaft für Wirtschaftsförderung mbH" (known as HWF and/or as Hamburg Business Development Corporation) acts, in its own words, "as a service partner and main contact for any company wanting to expand, restructure or relocate in the Greater Hamburg Region".



The Department of Foreign Trade ("Referat Außenwirtschaft") at the State Ministry of Economic and Labour Affairs ("Behörde für Wirtschaft und Arbeit"), also known as BWA.



Developing on the initial strength of studying India's industrial regulations, ISID has gained varied expertise in the analysis of the issues thrown up by the changing policy environment. ISID has developed databases on various aspects of the Indian economy, particularly concerning industry and the corporate sector.



The NISTADS "is devoted to a study of various aspects of interaction among science, society and state. Nistads is one of the 38 institutes/laboratories of the Government of India’s Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), New Delhi".