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GLOBAL INDIA BUSINESS MEETING
June 21-22, 2010, Madrid, Spain , Hotel Westin Palace, Plaza de las Cortes 7, Madrid, Spain

The Spanish Crown Prince arriving at the Global India Business Meeting

       
         Anand Sharma - Connecting India with the World


 Synopsis of the 2010 Horasis Global India Business Meeting

The second Horasis Global India Business Meeting took place 21-23 June 2010 in Madrid. A large number of CEOs from India joined with global leaders to discuss India’s and the world’s current economic state under the heading “Overcoming the Crisis – Opportunities for India”.

The general sentiment was that India is emerging stronger from the current global crisis. Will India and its companies play a more pronounced role in this new emerging global order? And will this open up new opportunities for foreign players to shape and define economic development and hence to reposition themselves on a world stage with India at the core?

• Participants reached a consensus that the Indian economy is expected to perform strongly in the future. Investments in infrastructure, agriculture, healthcare and education will be the key drivers to ensure long-term and inclusive growth. India’s influence as an international investor and reliable partner of the G20 is growing

Union Minister of Commerce and Industry Anand Sharma opened the meeting and painted a vision for the future of the Indian economy. He said, “India will become one of the three biggest economies of the world by 2030,” he said and forecast a growth rate of more than 8 percent in the current fiscal year.

At the same session, Miguel Sebastian, Minister of Industry, Spain, reviewed Spain’s economic relations with India. “Economic and commercial relations between India and Spain have been growing steadily. The last few years have seen substantial growth in trade between the two countries. India will continue to be one of the most important investment locations and trading partners for the Spanish economy,” he said.

H.R.H. The Prince of Asturias, the Spanish Crown Prince, called for a new global partnership. The economic partnership between India, Spain and the world has extensive synergies - especially during the current global economic turmoil.

“We will get brands from all over the world.........


Benita Ferrero-Waldner, EU Commissioner (ret);
Member of the Board, Gamesa, asking a question
H.R.H. The Prince of Asturias, with participants
Plenary on New Frontiers for Corporate India’s
Global Engagement
S. Roy, Chairman of Asean Affairs (centre), Yatindra
Sharma, Chairman, CII Gujarat State Council (left) and
Harsh Purohit Executive Director, Cognito (Right).
Indian CEOs are finding themselves wooed by
European firms seeking new avenues of growth
Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), Casa Asia, ICEX-INVEST IN SPAIN, Municipality of Madrid, Regional Government of Madrid
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