Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu will lead a 13-member delegation to China from June 26 to seek investments into the state and also explore possible tie-ups for the development of capital city Amaravati.
Finance Minister Yanamala Ramakrishnudu, Municipal Administration Minister P Narayana, seven bureaucrats and three personal staffers of the Chief Minister will be part of the delegation that will tour China for four days.
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The delegation will attend the World Economic Forum’s 10th annual meeting of New Champions in Tianjin city to explore partnerships for industrial development in AP, a senior official said.
It will also visit GICC for an expo, he added.
Chandrababu and an official delegation visited China last year to invite Chinese business houses to invest in the state in general and in the new capital in particular.
China’s GIIC is already partnering with the state government on various infrastructure projects, including the development of a City Square in Vijayawada that is currently serving the functional capital.