Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Wednesday invited international firms to invest in Karnataka and be part of its success story.
In Davos, economic and central bank officials debated the effects of moving abstract policy levers at their disposal, while company bosses outlined their worries about the business outlook.
According to the state government, the deals have been signed with 24 companies.
The company inked the MoU with the State government officials in the presence of Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai in Davos on Tuesday.
Tuesday’s agenda in Davos is packed with sessions on one of the meeting’s key themes — climate change. US climate envoy John Kerry is due to make an appearance.
Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, who is in Davos to attend the World Economic Forum (WEF), held a series of meetings with major industry leaders.
Besides Zelenskyy's speech, there’s also a sizable Ukrainian government delegation attending in person, making their case for more Western support in the country’s fight against Russia.
Says Yanamala made it an issue as he is ignorant of international air traffic rules
Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on Friday left for Davos to participate in the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual summit to be held from May 22 to 26.
Delegation headed by CM to highlight investment opportunities in AP to achieve Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Tamil Nadu will be showcased as an advanced manufacturing hub during the four-day World Economic Forum to be held in Davos in Switzerland from May 22, according to official sources.
The name of Dr Priti Adani is also doing rounds for getting nominated to the Rajya Sabha from AP.
WEF Davos summit: 300 government leaders expected; FM Nirmala Sitharaman, 3 CMs to attend from India
The annual meeting is expected to be attended by over 300 public figures, including heads of state and government from across the globe.
Several sessions at the week-long summit are expected to focus on India, in addition to issues of global importance such as the COVID-19 pandemic and the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
As usual, big ideas were debated, but no concrete deals emerged. The forum announced on Jan 21 that it plans to hold its in-person gathering May 22-26 after two years of delays.