Singapore. Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin will lead a business delegation to Singapore on May 23 and 24 to apprise businessmen about the south Indian state’s business potential and attract investments.
‘The Southern India Chamber of Commerce and Industry’ (Sikki) issued a press release on Friday saying that about 350 businessmen and members of the ‘Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry’ and government officials from both sides will visit Tamil Nadu on May 24. Looking forward to attending the conference.
Apart from Tamil Nadu Chief Minister S Easwaran, Singapore’s Transport Minister and in-charge of trade relations, Dr TRB Raja, Industries Minister of Tamil Nadu, P Kumaran, High Commissioner of India to Singapore and Neil Parekh, Chairman of SIKKI will also attend the conference.
The visit is taking place ahead of the ‘Global Summit’, which Tamil Nadu is planning to organize early next year. Several memorandums of understanding (MoUs) were signed between the state government and Singaporean establishments during the Tamil Nadu Investment Summit Parekh said, “Various states of India are leaving no stone unturned to woo investors and generate employment for the citizens of the country. Tamil Nadu is also no exception.
Inputs From: The Hindu Business Line
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