CHENNAI - With India’s new initiatives of Make in India, Digital India, Start Up India, Smart Cities and Goods and Services Tax (GST) implementation taking shape, there are plenty of opportunities for Malaysian and Indian businesses.
Today, in the Tamil Nadu capital, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak will meet a group of Indian businessmen brought together by the Malaysian Associated Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MAICCI).
Twenty-five Chennai-based businessmen will hear first-hand from Najib what Malaysia has to offer.
Besides pitching for a bigger slice of India’s economic cake, Najib is likely to touch on Malaysia’s success stories and his vision for the future, including Iskandar Malaysia, the East Coast Economic Region (ECER) and the National Transformation 2050 (TN50) plan which will pave the way ahead for Malaysia.
Consortium of Indian Industries in Malaysia (CIIM) founder chairman Datuk Umang Sharma said Najib’s visit could not have come at a better time.
“This is especially so from the business perspective. Indian businesses are mostly private-sector driven.
“It is bonanza time for Malaysian entrepreneurs seeking to invest or do business in