Chhattisgarh Business Mission in South Korea : Chhattisgarh attracts Investors from South Korea to State of Chhattisgarh for business and investment in the State
Raipur, 29 May 2017 - Chhattisgarh Government's delegation headed by Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh arrived at Seoul, South Korea early morning on May 29, 2017 and was received by the Ambassador of India to South Korea, Shri Vikram Doraiswami and other officials from Indian embassy at the Incheon airport.
On the first day of the visit, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh had a meeting with investors in Seoul. The representatives from Sung Ha Telecom met Chief Minister and agreed to put its mobile manufacturing plant in Naya Raipur. Sung Ha Telecom is one of the biggest companies in the used Cellular Phone market in Korea and have a high-skilled experience in this field for 15 years. Chhattisgarh is fast becoming hub for Electronics Manufacturing due to excellent business environment and friendly policies. The excellent infrastructure of Naya Raipur was appreciated by investors.
It is noteworthy that Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh will be addressing Korean investors on 30 May, 2017 in Chhattisgarh Investor Seminar at headquarters of Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency in Seoul. The Investor Seminar will be followed by one to one meetings with Investors.
First day of the delegation in Seoul was very important in terms of learning opportunities. In the morning the representatives from Indian embassy met the delegation on breakfast and briefed about the region. They also explained about the world-class industrial and urban infrastructure development in Seoul.
The delegation also visited Sungam Smart city and met with officials there. Delegation found many similarities between Naya Raipur smart city and Sungnam city. The innovative use of information technology and data sciences for better delivery of public services were the few of the ideas they got from the visit.