AP CM to visit Singapore

Written by | November 10, 2014 | 0

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu will be leading a high-level delegation to Singapore to attract investment.

Beginning tomorrow, it would be his first foreign visit after becoming the Chief Minister for the second time.

Former Prime Minister of Singapore Goh Chok Tong, during his visit here on September 8, had extended invitation to Naidu to visit the city-state, while saying that Singapore was interested in investing in ports, airports, tourism and industrial sector in Andhra Pradesh.

Singapore has also offered assistance for the construction of the new capital, besides developing ‘smart cities’.

Among other things, Naidu and his team will inspect the waste-water treatment system in Singapore which the government wants to bring to Andhra Pradesh, official sources said.

The Institute of South Asian Studies has also invited Chandrababu as a special guest at the annual South Asian Conference to be held in Singapore.

During the three-day visit to Singapore, the Chief Minister will also hold business conferences and meet industrial heads to seek investments, an official said here.

Finance Minister Yanamala Ramakrishnudu, Municipal Administration Minister P Narayana, AP government’s Special Representative in New Delhi Kambhampati Ramamohan Rao, state government advisers J Satyanarayana (information technology), Parakala Prabhakar (communications) and other top officials will be part of the delegation.

Representatives of Confederation of Indian Industry will also accompany the Chief Minister.

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