India will further strengthen the Korea Plus cell created here to promote and facilitate investments, Commerce and Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu said.
The cell was launched last year to promote and facilitate investments from the east Asian country in India. Korea Plus comprises a representative each from the South Korean Ministry of Industry, Trade and Energy and Korea Trade-Investment and Promotion Agency (KOTRA). It also includes three officials from Invest India.
“We would further strengthen the Korea Plus cell created to facilitate Korean investments in India,” Prabhu said in a series of tweets. He is in Seoul for Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) of economic ministers. This meeting is happening after a gap of 12 years. Read More…
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