Punjab Gets No Investment, Neighboring States Make Big Deals

Politics has ruined investment opportunities of Punjab while other states are striking business deals with Canada.

The meeting between Punjab CM Captain Amrinder Singh and PM Trudeau was a positive sign in future business and people to people relations. The two showed their willingness to work together for good opportunities for both the state of Punjab and Canada.

Progressive and growth oriented states are not letting politics get in the way for a better job opportunities for their residents. The states of Maharashtra and Gujarat have arranged successful meetings with business ministers of Canada causing deals worth billions to be struck on paper.

Captain Amrinder Singh tweeted that he looked forward to future relations.

In regards to the “Khalistan” issue Captain Amrinder Singh said he was “relieved” after talking with PM Trudeau:

CEOs of various companies looked to strike deals with Canada

India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world, and offers significant opportunities to strengthen Canada’s middle class and bolster our shared prosperity. The deep cultural and people-to-people ties foster an economic relationship that creates high quality jobs in both countries.

While meeting with business leaders in Mumbai today, the Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, welcomed more than $1 billion in investments between Canadian and Indian companies, which will lead to the creation of more than 5,800 good, well-paying middle class jobs for Canadians.

Business leaders meet with Navdeep Singh, the Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development

These investments will grow Canada’s economy, encourage innovation and entrepreneurship, and see increased collaboration in several key sectors, including infrastructure, information technology, aerospace, clean technology, film production, and research and development.

Later in the day, the Prime Minister participated in a women’s leadership roundtable and met with a number of business executives to discuss how Canadians and Indians can benefit from new opportunities to cooperate in the global economy and promote women’s economic empowerment.

He then participated in an armchair discussion at the Canada-India Business Forum before attending an event with members of the Indian film industry and a reception with business and community leaders.

“As one of the world’s fastest growing economies, India offers exciting opportunities for Canadian businesses of all sizes. The partnerships announced today will create thousands of good, middle class jobs for Canadians, and are further proof of the ever-growing ties between our two countries.”
—The Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada

Canada announced 1.5 million dollar funding to empower women run business in India:

Defense deals between India and Canada on developing new radar technology:

The state of Maharastra will benefit from a trade deal between two companies which work on transitioning startups.

Minister of Small Business and Tourism Bardish Chaggar tweeted:

Navdeep Bains the Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development announced several big deals:

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