India has organised a meeting of Chinese businesses and government officials in Xiamen city to highlight investment and tourism opportunities in India.
Over 200 officials and businessmen attended the 'Go India: India Business, Investment and Tourism Promotion' event yesterday in Xiamen, where this year's Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) summit would be held in September.
The meeting was organised by the Indian Consulate in Guangzhou.
India's Consul General Y K Sailas Thangal made a presentation on investment opportunities and important tourist destinations in India.
Chinese companies which have successfully invested in India shared their experiences and encouraged others to look at the opportunities in India, the consul said in a statement.
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