Polish companies may explore opportunities at commercial coal mining in India if conditions are right, said a minister from the eastern European country here on Monday.
A high-level Polish delegation comprising government officials and representatives of firms, chamber of commerce, financial and educational institutes has arrived in the city to participate in the state’s two day business meet – Bengal Global Business Summit – starting Tuesday.
“There is strong conviction to look at India with more interest by Polish companies if the conditions are right,” said Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Marek Magierowski, while responding to a query about interest in commercial coal mining by Polish firms.
According to him, the Indian mining sector has been using Polish technology and machinery extensively and many Polish companies are now looking beyond Europe to find new markets and opportunities. Read More…
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