Over 100 companies took part in a business promotion event organised by India in the Chinese city of Zhongshan to woo Chinese investors to be a partner in the country’s economic growth.
The event last week was organised by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) and the Indian Consulate in Guangzhou.
CCPIT is a state-run organisation to promote investments abroad.
The half-day seminar, attended by about 100 Zhongshan- based Chinese companies, focussed on the lighting and household appliance industries, a statement by the Consulate said.
In his address to the event, Y K Sailas Thangal, Consul General of Guangzhou, urged Chinese businessmen to look at India not just as a market for their products, but also for investments in these sectors. He asked them to become partners in India’s economic growth. Read More…
Credit By : Business Standard
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