India celebrated yesterday its 71st Independence Day. In the years after securing freedom, the country has made significant strides in social welfare, science & technology, and economic development. Especially after the initiation of economic reforms in the 1990s India has become a more globally integrated economy and also the Indo-German relations have intensified in the previous decades to an extent that is not even reflected in the data on international mercantile trade. Many German companies have invested in India and vice versa. The revenues generated by these companies annually lies in the multi-billion range (see attachment), besides providing employment to thousands of people.
GIRT Hamburg is pleased to announce an event to present results of a new study of the patterns of German foreign direct investments (FDI) in India, their choice of location and effects by Dr. Madan Arora at the Leibnitz University of Hannover. The event will be held in partnership with PwC Hamburg on Sept. 13, 2018 in the PwC premises (17:30 – 20:30 hours). In addition, there will be a presentation about the patterns of Indian FDI in Germany. India’s Consul General in Hamburg, Mr. Madan Lal Raigar, will grace the occasion its chief guest. For detailed information, please see the attached announcements in English and German.
For participation in this bilingual (German and English) event, kindly register latest by Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018 by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Due to limited availability of seats the accepted registrations will be confirmed. We look forward to an informative and interesting evening with our speakers and participants.