Inaugural of Korea-India Economic Cooperation Seminar
Kochi: The South Korean delegation in its Kerala visit to explore investment and collaboration opportunities has expressed interest in partnership with the state.
Electronics, food processing, improvement of basic amenities, renewable energy and health are the core sectors that the delegation sees as prospective.
Kwang Seok Yang, commercial attache, Embassy of the Republic of Korea in India, said that the country can partner with Kerala in technology transfer.
Yang said this while addressing the gathering at Korea-India Economic Cooperation Seminar organized by Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) in Kochi on Thursday.
Industries Minister P Rajeev and Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation (KSIDC) chairman Paul Antony and other representatives from the commercial and industrial organizations of the state took part in the event.
Rajeev pointed out that the state can offer all support if Korea is ready for investments in areas like AI, Ayurveda, biotechnology, design, food processing, EV, tourism, logistics, nanotechnology and 3D printing.
He added that Korea companies operating in India will be invited for a meeting within two months to discuss the prospects.