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  • 12 January 2015

    On 11 January 2015 Janusz Piechociński took part in the launch of the Vibrant Gujarat Summit, one of the major business conferences in India. This year’s Summit attracted more than 10,000 participants – business people and representatives of government administration from more than 100 countries.

    Invitations to participate in the event have been sent to the heads of governments of all 26 Indian states, and also representatives of Australia, Canada, Japan, the Netherlands, Singapore, South Africa, the UK and the USA. Apart from Prime Minister Modi, Deputy Prime Minister Piechociński and US Secretary of State John Kerry, also UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon joined the official opening ceremony.

     

    Vibrant Gujarat Summit . Photo: http://pmindia.gov.in

     

    Following the launch of the Summit the Deputy Prime Minister met face-to-face with Indian officials, including Harsimrat Kaur Badal, Union Cabinet Minister of Food Processing, Shri Mohanbhai Kalyanjibhai, Gujarat’s Minister of Agriculture, and Narendra Singh Tomar, Union Minister for Steel and Mines. “The impressive pace of economic growth and achievements in the development of modern technologies make India one of the key global economic partners for European countries”, Mr Piechociński emphasised.

     

      

    Meeting with Union Cabinet Minister of Food Processing Ms. Harsimrat Kaur Badal

     

     

     Meeting with  Gujarat’s Minister of Agriculture Mr.  Shri Mohanbhai Kalyanjibhai Kundariya 

     

     

    

     

     

     Meeting  with Union Minister for Steel and Mines Mr. Narendra Singh Tomar

     

    After the meetings, he made an entry on his blog: “It is our satisfaction to see that the Indo-Polish relations are very good. We have strong economic ties and well-developed business relationships, and we are involved in a coherent political dialogue. The fast growth of the Indian economy, its huge potential, and also a noticeable increase in India’s importance on global markets let us believe that our countries may benefit from substantial opportunities for activating bilateral trade. We also look forward to attracting more interest among Indian investors. We also have offers of collaboration in the IT, ICT and high-tech sectors, in the area of biotechnology and medical devices, which are already exported to India.”

     

    Deputy Prime Minister Piechociński further noted that the Indian market is very attractive for foreign investors and that India is the second most popular destination for Polish direct investments in Asia (after Singapore). He mentioned two largest Polish investments in India: the Can Pack packaging plant and a dressing pack factory owned by Toruńskie Zakłady Materiałów Opatrunkowych, a manufacturer of sanitary articles and medical devices.

     

    The Polish seminar entitled “Prospects of the Development of Economic and Investment Co-operation between Poland and India” is to take place on 12 January during Vibrant Gujarat Summit.

     

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