India, Morocco to share expertise in consumer protection
New Delhi, Apr 28 (ANI): India may provide expertise and best practices for effective implementation of consumer protection measures to Morocco for its recently enacted act.
This was conveyed by Minister of Food Prof. K.V.Thomas to Moroccan Minster for Foreign Trade Abdellatif Maazous during a call on by an official delegation of Morocco here today.
Recalling traditional relations with Morocco, Prof. Thomas said both the countries can further strengthen their relations in various fields and exchange experts to train officials in the area of standardization of products, packaging and managing Food Distribution System.
Briefing about the latest developments in the field of retail marketing, consumer protection and standardization of goods in Morocco, Moroccan Minster said that his country can provide edible oil and pulses to India.
He said that both the countries can share technology and expertise in related fields. (ANI)
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