China’s Vice Minister calls on Gujarat CM

Published By : Admin | October 24, 2011 | 09:53 IST
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Discusses possibilities of partnership between Guj and China in various sectors

CM to visit China in Nov 2011

Vice Minister of China’s Central government Mr. AI Ping on Monday paid courtesy visit to Chief Minister Narendra Modi.

In view of Gujarat’s surge towards capturing top position in global economy Mr Modi’s has planned to visit China during November 2011. Mr Ping extended invitation to Mr Modi for visiting China and discussed with him his schedule of visit.

Mr Ping praised the leadership of Gujarat and discussed the possibilities of partnership between Gujarat and China in various sectors of development.

An office bearer of China’s biggest telecom company – Huawei, who accompanied Mr Ping during his visit, said that his company is keen to invest in Gujarat. He also invited Mr Modi to visit Huawei’s research and development centre in China.

Chief Minister outlined the state government’s project of constructing a huge temple where Buddha’s relics will be preserved. To which, Mr Ping showed readiness to extend technological support in making of the temple.

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