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Indo-Canada Chamber Of Commerce

924 The East Mall, Toronto M9B 6K1, Ontario, Toronto Division, Canada

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Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC) is a 44-year-old (established in 1977) Toronto-based bilateral trade promotion organisation fostering economic and business relations between Canada and India, and creating business opportunities for Canadian small businesses.

It is a non-profit, non-partisan organization. Our programs and policies foster individual initiative, and the ability of members to make a significant contribution to the economic, cultural and social fabric of Canada.
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924 The East Mall, Toronto M9B 6K1, Ontario, Toronto Division, Canada
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