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Russian-Indian Investment Conference: Launching a New Stage of Mutually Beneficial Relations

Today in New Delhi an investment conference will be held, organized by the Confederation of Indian Industry and (CII) and the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RFPI). More than 100 participants are expected to attend the conference, including representatives of state authorities, as well as Russian and Indian investors.

The event is aimed at developing bilateral cooperation between Russia and India in the framework of mutually beneficial joint investment projects.

Among the most famous participants, it seems important to note: Infrastructure Development Finance Company, State Bank of India, Sun Group, Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services, Tata Group, etc.

According to Kirill Dmitriev, general director of RFPI, India is viewed by Russian authorities and business structures as one of the most important partners in the development of economic and investment cooperation. He also expressed the hope that this conference will be the beginning of a new phase of mutually beneficial investment relations.

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