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CHINA SET TO PARTICIPATE IN INDIA’S SMART CITY MISSION

April 13, 2017

MUMBAI, — Solapur, which bore witness to Sino-Indian friendship in history, will soon see a new chapter of cooperation between both countries as China will get actively involved in the city’s smart city mission. From January 27 to 28, a group of Chinese delegates led by Chinese Consul General Zheng Xiyuan, paid a visit to this city.

 

 

They saw different projects including sewage treatment plants, textile mills, and sugar mills, and held meetings with local officials and entrepreneurs, exchanging ideas on the smart city planning and progress and sharing experiences of both sides in sewage treatment.

 

The Chinese delegates received warm welcome from the Solapur people. Officials of Solapur showed great interest in the technology of the Chinese companies, and invited them to participate in the sewage treatment projects.

 

The Indian government recently shortlisted a list of 20 cities, which it plans to make ‘smart’ by providing efficient physical, social, institutional and economic infrastructure. The government has defined a smart city in the Indian context as a city that provides a decent quality of life to its citizens, a clean and sustainable environment, and supports the application of smart solutions.

 

On January 28, Solapur is declared as among the first group of twenty Indian cities to receive funds from the central government to start the smart city mission.

 

Ever since Narendra Modi took office as prime minister of India and proposed the smart city mission, the enlisted Indian cities have invited various countries to join their mission, including China, France, Germany, Sweden and the United States.

 

At the end of last year, Zhu Xiaodan, governor of China’s Guangdong Province, led a group of delegates to visit Maharashtra. During Zhu’s meeting with Devendra Fadnavis, chief minister of Maharashtra, they both agreed on the cooperation in the smart city mission.

 

China Products (Mumbai, India) Exhibition is the best opportunity to enter India market. You will get lots of business opportunities in this exhibition and you can have chance to negotiate directly with Indian buyers attending the fair. The return of the investment in exhibiting will be effective.
The 14th China Products (Mumbai, India) Exhibition will be held on 15th-17th November 2016. We look forward to meeting you in Mumbai for China Products Exhibition!

 

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