Finance, infrastructure development and macro-economics were on the agenda for the second day of the ‘India-Singapore: The Next Phase’ Business Summit in the Lion City on Tuesday.
The High Commission of India, in partnership with agencies of the Governments of India and Singapore, chambers of commerce, professional associations and innovation labs, organised a two-day Business and Innovation Summit at Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Singapore with two inter-related conferences: A business event and the third edition of the India-Singapore Innovation and Start-up platform – InSpreneur.
In his morning speech, Hardeep Singh Puri, India’s Minister of State for Housing, Urban Affairs, Civil Aviation and Commerce and Industry said Singapore is a major partner for India across priority sectors – smart cities, aviation, skills development and others – in the second term of the Modi government.
“As we embark on the next phase of this government, we look to the future with higher ambitions and new opportunities for India and the world to work together. Singapore will be among our foremost partners,” he said.