‘Make in India’ campaign introduced in China

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Beijing: Over 20 Indian firms are taking part in the ‘India-China Business and Investment Forum’ being held in China aimed at introducing latest investment opportunities under ‘Make in India’ campaign to their Chinese counterparts.

The week-long event in Wuxi city included India Culture Week celebrations which kicked off on Sunday. The Indian firms would be introducing the latest investment opportunities in India in sectors like renewable energies, solar panels, roads, smart cities, infrastructure development, urban transportation and power sector, which are now available to Chinese companies under the ‘Make in India’ programme.

A series of B2B meetings have also been planned for participating Indian companies with their Chinese counterparts, Consul General of India in Shanghai, Prakash Gupta said. A cultural performance from a Bhangra/Gidda troupe from India sponsored by Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) gave a performance at the South China University Campus. In addition, an Indian Food Festival is also being held.
Credits: dnaindia