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CHENNAI: The US Commercial Service Business Information Centre will reopen to the public from October 14, after completing renovation at the American Consulate-General here, according to a press release from the US Consulate-General.

The Business Information Centre is part of the US Department of Commerce Foreign Commercial Service, which works to promote exports of US goods and services, and assists US investors and joint ventures in India. The centre is the ideal contact point for any Indian businessperson wanting to do business with the US, according to the release.

The centre maintains an extensive library of business reference materials including contact information of US manufacturers, exporters, custom house brokers, consulting firms and consultants, manufacturers of medical and health care equipment, and the US Customs House guide. Also available are trade magazines and information about industry-specific trade shows.

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