Hyderabad: The World Economic Forum has invited Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao for its annual meeting of the “new champions” to be held in China in September this year.
Phillip Rosier, managing director and member of the managing board of the Switzerland-based World Economic Forum sent a letter to the chief minister, inviting him for the meeting scheduled to be held in Dalian on September 9-11.
He said given the unique challenging task of administering inclusive growth in India’s most newly-formed state (Telangana), the chief minister’s views will add great value to the conversations on infrastructure development, urbanization and innovation led development.
The chief minister has also been requested to bring a business delegation of non-forum member companies to actively participate in the deliberations, said a statement from the CM’s office.
Rosier mentioned in the letter that the proposed annual meeting of the new champions convenes the next generation of fast growing enterprises shaping the future of business and society and leaders from major multinationals, government, media, academia and civil society. More than 1,500 participants will meet to address current unprecedented set of intertwined global challenges.
According to the statement, all-round development in Telangana is attracting many within the country and abroad and invitations to the chief minister are pouring in from various international organistaions.