Intl Partnership Summit in Hyderabad in Jan 2012
Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh will play host
to an international Partnership Summit in Hyderabad from
January 11 to 13, 2012.
The theme of the Summit, being held in Hyderabad after
a gap of nine years, will be `New Age Innovation Partnership`,
with a focus on attracting investments into key sectors like
education, skill development, healthcare, pharmaceuticals,
Information Technology, tourism and food processing, according
to AP Minister for Major Industries J Geeta Reddy.
"We are inviting government leaders, industrial
delegations from over 30 countries, besides captains of Indian
industry for the Summit. We will also organise road shows in
USA, Europe, Japan, Korea and Taiwan to market Andhra Pradesh
as an attractive investment destination," the minister told a
press conference here this evening.
The Summit would be a platform to explore various
facets of innovation that could drive future growth and also
to form business alliances with global companies, she added.
A steering committee has been constituted with the
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister as its chairman to oversee
preparations for the Summit that is being organised jointly by
the Union Commerce Ministry, Government of AP and CII.
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- Jamaat-e-Islami chief announces Rs 100 cr reward for PM Modi's arrest
- DNA: Captain Saurabh Kalia's torture at the hands of Pakistani Army
- DNA: Govt tests Maggi noodle samples from all states
- Zee Media exclusive interview with victim of Uber molestation
- Jamaat-e-Islami chief announces Rs 1 billion reward for PM Modi's arrest
- Assam Board (seba.net.in & resultsassam.nic.in): SEBA HSLC / AHM class 10th Results 2015 to be announced today
- Was asked to call Sunanda Pushkar’s death `natural`: AIIMS doctor
- Maggi row: Delhi registers case against Nestle, Kerala withdraws stock from govt stores
- From being the ‘Dabangg’ girl to ‘Akira’ - Sonakshi Sinha’s journey so far
- Rahul Gandhi hails BR Ambedkar, takes potshot at Modi-led NDA govt over IIT Madras row