CM Naidu bats for Amaravati investments at World Cities Summit in Singapore
| Tuesday | 10th July, 2018
Singapore can contribute in this, as we are the financial centre in this part of the world.
The CM said the state government is working with many companies in PPP mode for infrastructure development.
We have the willingness to work with a variety of cities across the world.
I invite all cities to showcase their innovation and ideas at this prestigious forum,” he said.
Vijayawada: Stating that 66% of Asia’s population will be living in cities by 2050, chief minister Chandrababu Naidu on Sunday said urbanisation is a major focus of his government as well as a key component of his Vision 2029 objective for the state.Speaking at the World Cities Summit in Singapore, Naidu invited the participants to visit Amaravati and explore the business opportunities that it has to offer.Highlighting the efforts of the state government in urbanisation and construction of the upcoming capital of Amaravati, Naidu spoke of how AP is implementing technology at different levels for development of the state.“Infrastructure finance needs innovation and more PPP ventures.
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