Chandrababu urges South Korean businessmen to invest in AP

naidu-koreaAndhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu began his three-day tour to bring investments to the state.

Naidu said, Andhra Pradesh is growing at double-digit rates for the last three years. Our aim is to grow at 15 percent for the next 15 years. India’s Look Easy Policy will bear fruit from our state.

He met with Mr. Lim Byung-Yong, President of Gran Seoul Engineering & Construction Corporation. He invited him to Andhra Pradesh to explore the business opportunities and attend the Partnership Summit.

He had met Mr. J. J. Hong, Founder CEO of Kokam, during the first day of Korean visit today. Kokam is one of the world’s leading battery manufacturers and committed to solving storage challenges. He held a meeting with Mr. Kim Daehoon, CEO of IriTech. Held a discussion about technology initiatives being implemented in Andhra Pradesh for improved security and safety of people and invited him to visit our state soon to discuss the road ahead.

Naidu held a meeting with Mr. Kim Daehoon, CEO of IriTech. Held a discussion about technology initiatives being implemented in Andhra Pradesh for improved security and safety of people and invited him to visit our state soon to discuss the road ahead.

Andhra Pradesh Government enters into an MoU with Make in India Korea Center (MIC) to setup industrial complex in AP & outreach programs center in Korea. He visited Pusan NewPort Company site and met Mr. Kang Boo-Won, Vice President of Busan Port Authority. Discussed the possibilities of collaboration for making the ports in AP as their regional hubs.

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