Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao would meet a delegation of the American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) here on November 26.
The delegation comprises Heads of various companies who are members of National Executive Board of AMCHAM, a release from the Chief Minister's Office said on Monday.
The delegation includes Heads of companies like Bank of America, EI Dupont India, Textron India, Lockeed Martin, IBM and President of GE in India.
"Y Madan Mohan, Chairman AMCHAM, Hyderabad and Kiranmai Pendyala, Vice Chairman, AMCHAM called on Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and requested him to meet the delegation and interact with the national executive board of AMCHAM in India. The National Executive Board of AMCHAM will meet in Hyderabad on November 26, 2014," the release said.
The American Chamber of Commerce is an association of American business organisations operating in India. Established in 1992, AMCHAM has about 500 members representing most of the major US companies in India and engaged in diverse sectors, it said.
AMCHAM is headquartered in New Delhi and has regional chapters in five major cities of the country, including Hyderabad.
Its principle objective is to promote activities that encourage and stimulate investments by the US companies in India, to support ongoing business operations of its members and encourage bilateral trade between India and USA.
The Hyderabad Chapter has a membership of 73 from diverse sectors, the release said.
"The Chairman and Vice Chairman of Hyderabad Chapter informed the Chief Minister that the leadership of AMCHAM would like to meet him and understand his vision for the development and growth of the state. The Chief Minister has agreed to meet the delegation and interact with them over dinner," the release added.