Korea to enhance participation in 'Make in Maharashtra'

Written By Unknown on Kamis, 19 Maret 2015 | 22.23

MUMBAI: The consul general of South Korea in Mumbai Seok- Gu Jang has said Korea is actively participating in the 'Make in India' programme with a number of Korean companies already manufacturing in India, particularly in Maharashtra.

In a meeting with Maharashtra governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao at Raj Bhavan Seok - Gu Jang said Korean companies including steel major POSCO, electronic consumer good giant LG, elevator maker Hyundai are already manufacturing in Maharashtra. He assured Korea's participation in Maharashtra will increase further "as investment climate in Maharashtra is improving with the coming to the power of the new Government".

Informing that the speaker of the Korean national assembly is visiting India next month, the consul general told the governor that Korea is expecting a visit by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on invitation from the Korean president.

The consul general informed the governor that the Gangui Province of Korea has a sister-state relationship with Maharashtra. He said 1,500 Koreans are working in Maharashtra, mostly in Pune and Mumbai, in as diverse areas as shipping, finance, trading and construction. Seok- Gu Jang assured he would make serious efforts to further enhance the trade, commerce and cultural relations between India and Korea.

Welcoming the assurance of the consul general of Korea to enhance the participation of Korea in the 'Make in Maharashtra' initiative, the governor told him that Maharashtra has tremendous potential for tourism and felt that apart from trade and commerce, student exchange and cultural exchange should also be promoted.

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