The Prime Minister of India, Mr Narendra Modi

Vibrant Gujarat Summit 2019

"Throughout its rich history, India has always been a selfless contributor to global socio-economic enrichment. Today, we are shaping a New India that is empowered, transformed, bold, innovative and poised to lead the new world order.." - Prime Minister, Narendra Modi
With an objective to build a stronger bondage between MSME sector and entities like large scale enterprises as well as PSUs, a Vendor Development Programme would be organised providing wide platform for all the stakeholders to interact in between.

The basic intention of organizing this meet at the exhibition is to bring various stakeholders, such as, PSUs/large scale enterprises, financial Institutions and the Micro, Small & Medium enterprises on a common scale where all can get ample scope for interaction and can exchange views among themselves. This forum would motivate all to extract mutual benefit from each other to augment their growth through better co-existence.

Objectives : To Increase production / out-put with existing resources at cost effective and in defined time span. To Help and support the MSME Sector to tie up and collaborate with large scale industries as well as Public Sector Enterprises (PSUs)
"Gujarat has been a hub of trade and commerce since over 5000 years, when the port of Lothal connected the then India to the world ": Gujarat Chief Minister

"Gujarat has been a hub of trade and commerce since over 5000 years, when the port of Lothal connected the then India to the world : Gujarat Chief Minister.

The Prime Minister of Denmark visits India

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Denmark is a global leader in several niche technologies which are of relevance to India

Denmark has skills, India has scale and world has the need for new technologies, PM Modi encouraged India and Denmark to establish a research platform where solutions could be found to global issues of concern such as food security, water management, climate change and sustainable development.

Thesynergyonline Economics Bureau

NEW DELHI, JANUARY 19 : The Prime Minister of Denmark, Mr Lars L√łkke Rasmussen, is on visit to India on from January 18 to19, 2019 for "Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit-2019" where Denmark is participating as a Partner Country. Prime Minister Rasmussen is accompanied by a business delegation including CEOs of major Danish companies.

Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi and Prime Minister Rasmussen held bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the Vibrant Gujarat Summit in Gandhinagar on 18 January 2019. The two Prime Ministers had earlier met during the first India- Nordic summit in Stockholm in April 2018.

In the meeting, the two leaders deliberated upon various areas of bilateral cooperation and also exchanged views on multilateral issues of mutual interest. They underscored the huge potential for expanding bilateral trade and investments between the two countries.

Denmark is a global leader in several niche technologies which are of relevance to India. Mentioning that Denmark has skills, India has scale and world has the need for new technologies, PM Modi encouraged India and Denmark to establish a research platform where solutions could be found to global issues of concern such as food security, water management, climate change and sustainable development.

During the meeting, two MOUs were exchanged- MoU on Maritime Issues between the Ministry of Shipping of India and the Ministry of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs of Denmark and MoU between Imagine Panaji Smart City Development Limited and the Danish Embassy in New Delhi to establish an Urban Living Lab in Panaji, Goa.

Around 130 Danish companies have invested in India in areas such as shipping, renewable energy, environment, agriculture and food processing and are keen to expand their engagements in other sectors like smart urban development and waste-to-energy. Several major Danish companies are also present in Gujarat in shipping and renewable energy sectors.

During the visit, Prime Minister Rasmussen will inaugurate the Danish Cultural Institute and the new building of Danish Embassy in New Delhi on 19 January 2019. He will also visit Agra.