Indian SMEs favour long-term partnership with Chinese enterpreneurs, investors, MSME minister Kalraj Mishra
The minister listed out several initiatives to bolster growth of the manufacturing sector in India such as Make in India, Digital India, Start-up India, which have made the world's economic superpowers to look at India with 'a lot of admiration'.
New Delhi: Indian small and medium enterprises are seeking a long-term partnership with Chinese entrepreneurs and investors in IT, mobile components and auto ancillaries, said MSME Minister Kalraj Mishra in Guangzhou.
India participated in the 13th China International Small and Medium Enterprises Fair (CISMEF 2016) as the co-host through the ministry of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) and the National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC). As many as 124 small and medium enterprises from various parts of India are participating in the fair.
"The Indian MSME sector is poised for a major leap, driven by the high growth with a high level of innovation and Indian MSMEs seek a long-term partnership with Chinese entrepreneurs and investors, especially in areas like IT and digital, mobile components and automobile ancillaries," Mishra said at the inauguration of India pavilion at the fair
on Monday. Mishra and Governor of Guangdong Zhu Xiaodan jointly inaugurated the Indian pavilion.
The minister listed out several initiatives to bolster growth of the manufacturing sector in India such as Make in India, Digital India, Start-up India, which have made the world's economic superpowers to look at India with "a lot of admiration".
CISMEF, which attracts a number of visitors from China as well as various countries, is expected to provide a huge market opportunity.
Among others, Mishra met Xiaodan, Vice-Minister of Ministry of Trade and IT Xin Guobin. He discussed ways and means to enhance cooperation between SMEs of the two countries.
The minister also expressed concern over the huge trade imbalance and urged Chinese interlocutors to work with India to reduce this deficit in the interest of sustainable bilateral trade.
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