This is a discussion on Hyderabad to host summit on infrastructure within the Investment forums, part of the Financial Services category; A summit exploring the possibilities of public-private partnership in the infrastructure sector will be held here in July, the organisers ...
A summit exploring the possibilities of public-private partnership in the infrastructure sector will be held here in July, the organisers said Thursday.
he two-day Suminfra 2005, beginning July 28, would provide a platform for exchange of ideas on infrastructure between promoters, government officials and policymakers.
The conference would be organised by the southern chapter of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and the Andhra Pradesh government.
The summit would focus on roads, ports and urban and agriculture infrastructure, Shobana Kamineni, chairperson of CII's southern chapter, told reporters here.
Suminfra 2005 would unveil opportunities for the private sector in infrastructure development and enable policymakers to understand its needs.
"India would have to invest Rs.27 trillion ($633 billion) in infrastructure in the next decade to emerge as an economic power by 2040," said J.P. Nayak, chairman of the CII infrastructure sub committee.