EuroIndia Centre

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The EuroIndia Centre is registered in France as a non-profit organisation. It was founded in 2001 with the former French Prime Minister Raymond Barre and the last Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as its presidents.

The EuroIndia Centre, a private institution financed by individual, public and corporate donations and membership dues, functions as a networking organisation aiming to bring together prominent personalities, businesses and other bodies from Europe and India, particularly in the fields of urban planning, civic management and heritage management.

Colette Mathur, formerly responsible for Asia at the World Economic Forum, is the current President of the EuroIndia Centre.

EuroIndia Centre is headquartered in La Rochelle, France with additional offices in Mumbai, India.

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