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The Indian delegation from Gujarat which interacted with the stakeholders in Taiwan last week and with corporate and universities in Singapore this week, today, concluded its official visit. The delegation to Taiwan was led by Roopwant Singh, Managing Director, Gujarat Informatics Ltd., post Taiwan the delegation visited Singapore and was led by Ashwani Kumar, IAS, Secretary to Chief Minister of Gujarat.
At Singapore, the delegation hosted two roundtable conferences, a road show in the presence of H. E.
Vijay Singh Thakur, High Commissioner of India to Singapore and interacted with a host of important associations, corporate and universities like Singapore International Chambers of Commerce, Urban Development Authority, Antara Koh, Surbana Jurong, National University of Singapore, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore Semiconductor Industry Association, Boustead, Blackstone and Temasek Holdings over a period of just three days.
"I am delighted to share that through our meetings in Taiwan and Singapore, we've been able to encourage potential investors to understand the various opportunities offered by the state of Gujarat. I was overwhelmed to see these meetings end with a healthy round of questions mostly pertaining to opportunities specific to GIFT city and possibilities of meeting potential partners on the sidelines of the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit 2017. I look forward to welcoming everyone at the summit scheduled in January 2017," said Secretary to the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Ashwani Kumar.
The delegation also comprised of Gujarati Industry leaders like Jitendra Shah, Managing Director, Tipsons Financial Services Pvt. Ltd, Paresh Vasani, MD - PCB Power / Circuit Systems India, Nilay Patel, CEO - Easy Pay and an investor from Taiwan, Liou, Jia-Ciao (Gary) from Maxxis (Cheng Shin Rubber).
"The delegation has had a successful round of meetings in both Taiwan and Singapore. Our visit to these markets has already evoked interest in Gujarat. I look forward to welcoming our guests at the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit 2017, a platform which will help us take these conversations forward," said Managing Director - PCB Power, Paresh Vasani.
During the meetings, possible strategic alliances and collaborations were discussed at length as most companies expressed their desire to attend the summit and take the conversations to their fruitful conclusions.
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