The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu is all set lead a 13 member delegation to China on June 26. Seeking investments into the state and also explore possible tie-ups for the development of capital city Amaravati, Mr. Naidu will be visiting the country for the second time.
Earlier in 2015, he was on a six day tour of the country during which he signed several MoUs with various companies for partnership in development of the capital city Amaravati. This time, the delegation will include Finance Minister Y Ramakrishnudu and Urban Development Minister P Narayana.
The delegation will attend the World Economic Forum’s 10th annual meeting of New Champions in Tianjin city to explore partnerships for industrial development in AP. The team will also visit the headquarters of Guizhou International Investment Corporation of China (GIICC); which is playing a key role in the development of the capital region.
The GIICC had already signed MoUs with the state on the development of a 12 KM long bathing ghat for the upcoming Krishna Pushkarams and also is a part of the City Square development in the city.