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Impressions from them 2017 meeting:
The adverse effects have been minimized, the poorer sections of society that were often un-banked will benefit through new social support payments.
Ram Madhav, National General Secretary, Bharatiya Janata Party
 
India is a preferred partner country. Our talks to establish a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) are proceeding well.
Marie-Gabrielle Ineichen-Fleisch, State Secretary for Economic Affairs, Switzerland
 
The Indian regions were becoming more joined-up via infrastructure projects as well as through commercial and entrepreneurial development.

R.V. Deshpande, Minister for Large and Medium Industries & Infrastructure Development, Government of Karnataka, India

 
We need to tenaciously stand for democracy, the rule of law and freedom, even in adverse circumstances.
Kaspar Villiger, Former President of Switzerland
 
India is moving from a largely manual-labor era towards a new modernity which causes some discontent and will take some years to work through.
Baba N. Kalyani, Chairman, Bharat Forge, India
 
India suffers a 20 percent cost imposition on logistics compared to European rates and the way to reduce this is to organize regulations. The new GST will help, but so would the effective adoption of the UN/TIR system that accredits the truck, driver and contents.
Umberto de Pretto, Secretary General, International Road Transport Union (IRU), Switzerland
 
The Modi government is environmentally sensitive but that transport and labor laws and labor reskilling need to be regularized to allow firms to become more effective.
R Mukundan, Managing Director, Tata Chemicals, India
 
India is competing effectively globally which could be enhanced if it invested more strongly in hard and soft infrastructures, with all firms working to be best in class.
Frank G Wisner, Under Secretary for State (ret.) USA
 
The Swiss education system with less focus on sending all to university allows most young people to develop their skills in apprenticeships – learning while working and being paid. Ultimately an apprentice could rise to be a CEO.
Michael Carlos, Member of the Supervisory Board, Givaudan, Switzerland
 
Education in India is too controlled by the state with old concepts from the Soviet times lingering in planning systems. Instead, a well-managed state/private mix could be allowed.
Ajit Gulabchand, Chairman, Hindustan Construction Company, India
 
Globalizing growth is needed to raise India’s national income to be able to give better support to education, social services.
N.K. Singh, Chairman, Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act, India
 
Stronger integrations such as e-payment systems with both governments and businesses will boost confidence as well as growth.
Richard Howitt, Chief Executive Officer, International Integrated Reporting Council, United Kingdom
 
India is on the edge of a large boost to its performance – with the rationalization of inter-state trading due to the GST with a consequential increase in tax revenues leading to increased spending on better infrastructures: a benefit all round.
Shobana Kamineni, Executive Vice-Chairperson, Apollo Hospitals Enterprise, President, CII
 
 
 
Horasis India Meeting
Malaga, Spain, 24-25 June 2018
 
Malaga - host city of the 2018 Horasis India Meeting
The annual Horasis India Meeting, taking place on 24-25 June in Malaga, will bring together more than 300 members of the Horasis Visions Community to inspire India’s future. Co-hosted by the City of Malaga, the Provincial Government of Malaga and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), the 2018 Horasis India Meeting will explore Indian firms’ rise to global eminence while debating how to grow India's economy rapidly and sustainably. Delegates will also examine how to use Spain and Europe as springboard for globalization.

Introduced 10 years ago, the meeting has become the foremost annual meeting of Indian business leaders and their global counterparts. With this meeting, Horasis offers business and government to discuss a wide range of issues related to the Indian economy. The location of the meeting rotates annually, and has been held in Munich (2009), Madrid (2010), Naples (2011), Antwerp (2012), Belfast (2013), Liverpool (2014), Interlaken (2015), Cascais (2016) and Interlaken (2017).

Shobana Kamineni, President CII and Executive Vice-Chairperson, Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Vivek Chaand Sehgal, Chairman, Samvardhana Motherson Group

Horasis as a global visions community is dedicated to inspiring our future through the active participation of global business leaders in series of annual meetings. In addition to the Horasis India Meeting, Horasis holds meetings on China and South East Asia, as well as the all-encompassing Horasis Global Meeting.

Plenary at the Horasis India Meeting

The co-chairs are:

Sanjiv Goenka, Chairman, RP-Sanjiv Goenka Group, India
Yoshito Hori, Founder and Chairman, Globis, Japan
Huynh Quang Hai, Chief Executive Officer, VSIP Group, Vietnam
Hemant Kanoria, Chairman, Srei Infrastructure Finance, India
Rajive Kaul, Chairman, Nicco Group, India
Isao Kiso, President, Chiba Institute of Science, Japan
Kolapo Lawson, Chairman, Lawsons Corporation, Nigeria
Prakash Lohia, Founder and Chairman, Indorama Corporation, Indonesia
Sunil Munjal, Chairman, Hero Corporate Services; President, AIMA, India
Timothy Ong, Chairman and Founder, Asia Inc Forum, Brunei
Mohan Das Pai, Chairman, Manipal Global Education, India
Prinn Panitchpakdi, Governor, Stock Exchange of Thailand, Thailand
Serge Pun, Chairman, Serge Pun & Associates, Myanmar
Wimboh Santoso, President Commissioner, PT Bank Mandiri, Indonesia
Ron Somers, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, India First Group, USA

Horasis is a global visions community committed to enact visions for a sustainable future. (http://www.horasis.org)

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