Brisk Business Expected at GJIIF 2021 Gem & Jewellery India International Fair (GJIIF) 2021 is scheduled to be held at the Chennai Trade Centre from February 26-28. Expectations among visitors and exhibitors alike is high and brisk business is expected to be transacted at the First major physical B2B Show in South India after one year. Dazzling range of South Indian jewellery will be displayed as retailers prepare for Akshaya Tritiya and wedding season.Gem and Jewellery industry has welcomed Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s visionary budget; reduction on customs duty on raw materials like gold, silver and platinum to boost jewellery exports. The Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has announced a slew of measures to boost Gem & Jewellery exports by cutting import duty on precious metals such as gold, silver and platinum. Industry feels that this move will boost the sector and help exports to become globally competitive. Overall, the sentiments are positive and the industry welcomes the union budget 2021-2022 with huge appreciation.