As the Swiss ski resort city Davos begins its World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting but once more after a hiatus of two years, India has taken an initiative to have a consolidated marquee presence to increase the nation’s exposure and entice funding alternatives.
The initiative taken by the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPITT) below the Ministry of Commerce is for representing India’s place as an essential stakeholder shaping the worldwide narrative, as India assumes the presidency of the G20 in 2023.
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The 12 months 2022 can be coinciding with the WEF’s fiftieth anniversary and 35 years of the Forum’s collaboration with India.
The Indian delegation contains Mansukh Mandaviya, minister of well being and household welfare, chemical compounds and fertilisers, and Hardeep Singh Puri, minister for petroleum and pure fuel, housing and concrete affairs. Chief ministers and senior ministers of six states — Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Telangana — are additionally part of the delegation alongside with senior officers.
Over the course of 5 days, Invest India, a facilitator to traders who’re wanting to make an funding in India, is organising a number of roundtables and panel discussions to deliberate on key sectors equivalent to coverage and funding, renewable power, infrastructure, healthcare, and medical gadgets, commerce and logistics, expertise, asset monetisation, and so forth.