Saturday, January 28, 2012

Finance Minister to visit Chicago from 28th Jan

Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee will visit the city on Saturday to look for future investment possibilities between India and United States. 

During his two-day visit, the finance minister will look for investments in power, infrastructure, ports, highways etc during.
With an aim to invest USD 1 trillion in infrastructure for the next five year plan 2012-2017, Mukherjee will seek suitable partners for building the Indian economy.
The finance minister had visited Washington D C and New York last September to look for Foreign Institutional Investors FII investments.
Mukherjee, will be having very important meeting with business leaders of Corporate world mainly of Fortune 500 Companies beside having other important engagements.
His other engagements include unveiling of Swami Vivekananda Memorial Plaque at the Art Institute of Chicago, inauguration of exhibitions of Tagore Paintings at Art Institute of Chicago and signing of two agreements by the Ministry of Culture, Government of India with the Art Institute of Chicago for the "Vivekananda Memorial Programme for Museum Excellence" and with the University of Chicago for an endowment to establish "The Indian Ministry of Culture Vivekananda Chair."
On 29th January, he will have a breakfast meeting with Indian community in Chicago.

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