Sudesh Aggarwal, chairman of the Organizing Committee of IUPS and Board Member of BLF, has strongly urged the Indian states to come up with viable and specific projects for investment on invitation only.
The IUPS recognized the significant role of Indian and Emirati business leaders in strengthening the trade and investment relationship between the two countries.
The report issued by KPMG on behalf of the IUPS, was commissioned by the Business Leaders Forum (BLF), organiser of the IUPS.
The high-level and high-powered IUPS is split into a number of brainstorming business sessions and panel discussions on hot topics, including Investment Implementation, Infrastructure and Tourism while ministers of two Indian states - Uttar Pradesh and Telengana - will present investment opportunities in key projects within the states and seek investment from potential partners in the UAE.
Sudesh Aggarwal, board member of the BLF, chairman of the IUPS Organising Committee and chairman of India Trade and Exhibition Centre (ITEC), said: "The momentum in investment flow from the UAE into India is going to intensify at the two-day India-UAE Partnership Summit where five ministers from India and the UAE will deliver keynote speech in front of more than 800 VIP delegates at the Armani Hotel, where two Indian states will promote the investment packages and incentives for investors to choose from.
IUPS is also the only such bilateral summit where Ministers of Government of India as well as UAE will be participating.