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CII Partnership Summit in progress
The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII),is organizing the 28th Partnership Summit 2023 from March 13-15, 2023 at Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi . The CII Partnership Summit 2023 will hold high level discussions along the tracks of the global and Indian trade & economy.
The Summit is being held in conjunction with B20, the Business Engagement Group of G20, for which CII is the designated secretariat.
Ministers Nirmala Sitharaman, Narendra Singh Tomar, Smriti Zubin Irani, Ashwini Vaishnaw, Mansukh Mandaviya, Bhupender Yadav, Jitendra Singh; G20 Sherpa Amitabh Kant will address plenary sessions at the Summit.
Aligned with the B20 agenda, discussions along following mentioned tracks would take place at the Summit:
- Inclusive GVCs for Resilient Global Trade and Investment
- Future of Work, Skilling and Mobility
- Digital Transformation
- Financing for Global Economic Recovery
- Financial Inclusion for Economic Empowerment
- Energy, Climate Change and Resource Efficiency
- Tech, Innovation and R&D
- ESG in Business
- African Economic Integration: An Agenda for Global Business
A total of 35 sessions would take place over three days at the Summit, including seven standalone sessions with Indian ministers and country sessions for Indonesia and Cuba.
145 speakers, including 65 international speakers from 24 countries would share expert thoughts, the release added. Close to 400 delegates from 67 countries are traveling to India to attend the CII Partnership Summit.
Organized jointly with the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal since inception, the Partnership Summit highlights India’s economic reform process, captures key industry and investment policies, and brings forth various opportunities for investment in India across multiple sectors. It acts as a Global platform for dialogue, debate, deliberation and engagement among leaders from all walks of life. Through high level networking and structured B2B meetings, the Summit also encourages fostering of new partnerships and venturing into national and international investments.
Last year, at the Summit there were 7000 delegates and 200 speakers from more than 40 nations, which included 25 global CEOs, 20 overseas ministers, 7 Indian ministers and more than 100 heads of institutions, leaders and experts from around the world.
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