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Siddaramaiah invites investors from China to invest in K'tka

Siddaramaiah invites investors from China to invest in K'tka

Bengaluru, Nov 10 (UNI) Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah,

assuring all help from the Government, today invited investors from

China to invest in the State.

Speaking at the inauguration of 6th India-China Forum here, he

said "India's exports to China touched USD 8.86 billion, whereas

China's exports were USD 61.54 billion. I urge investors from China

to invest in Karnataka. India-China bilateral trade had reached USD

70.4 billion in 2015.

He said "We will do everything possible to enable seamless

conduct of business, with total transparency and with the assurance

that your projects will be speedily implemented."

Mr Siddaramaiah said that Karnataka government will continue to

actively engage with China and explore all possible avenues to make

them its valued partners in building of a strong and prosperous


Expressing his happiness over Karnataka signing

Sister-State-Province agreement with Provincial Government of

Sichuan of the People's Republic of China, Mr Siddaramaiah said "It

is just the beginning in identifying synergies in technologies which

would strengthen and deepen the foundation of a Future-oriented

Partnership between India and China and Karnataka and China,

evolving business ties, particularly in defence, energy,

infrastructure, agriculture and food processing, Information

Technology and environment, to name a few."

He said India and China's relations has undergone an evolution in

recent years developing along a positive track, into a friendly

partnership. "It has made great strides in recent years and has

become truly multi-dimensional, spurred by a significant convergence

of interests, mutual goodwill and high-level exchanges."


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