Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K.Stalin, who is on an official tour to Singapore to woo investors, today said he had fruitful discussions with heads of major financial and industrial institutions who have expressed keen interest in investing in the State.
He said during his meeting both sides explored the possibilities of expanding the existing investments in renewable energy, industrial parks and logistics to new areas like food processing and fishing.
Mr Stalin tweeted “Had discussion and productive engagement with the heads of major financial and industrial institutions from Singapore”.
The talks with Dilhan Pillay Sandrasegara, Executive Director and CEO of Temasek, Kim Yin Wong of Sembcorp and Sanjeev Dasgupta of CapitaLand reaffirmed the long-standing relations between Tamil Nadu and Singapore, he said.
They expressed their keen interest in investing in our Tamil Nadu and partner us in our journey towards becoming a trillion dollar economy, he added.
“We explored the possibilities of expanding the existing investments in renewable energy, industrial parks and logistics to new areas like food processing and fishing”, Mr Stalin said.
“Looking forward to build and continue further upon the historical and mutually beneficial partnership between Tamil Nadu and Singapore”, he said.
From Singapore, Mr Stalin will visit Japan to attract investments and invite investors to participate for the Global Investors Meet to be held in Chennai in January 2024.