Seminar and official presentation of report: “India in the reform process: opportunities for Poland” with the participation of the CIR
Nowadays, India is today one of the emerging powers that will exert growing influence on global economy and policy – said experts during the seminar organized by Polish Institute of International Relations combined with the presentation of the report: “India in the reform process: opportunities for Poland”. Prof. Piotr Kłodkowski (Jagiellonian University, former Polish Ambassador to India), Małgorzata Bonikowska Ph. D. (president of the CIR), J.J Singh (Polish-Indian Chamber of Industry and Commerce), Patryk Kugiel (Polish Institute of International Relations). The meeting was moderated by Justyna Szczudlik (Manager of Asia-Pacific program in Polish Institute of International Relations).
India celebrated the 70th anniversary of its independence on 15th August 2017. During this time it has changed from post-colonial, backward and suffering famine country to one of the largest economy and emerging power. When Narendra Modi became Prime Minister in 2014: it meant new stage of reforms and transformations that would release the country’s potential and accelerate development. As the last bigger economy in the world which is opening up more to foreign investments and international cooperation: India offers huge business opportunities. PISM’s report introduces reforms and programs implemented in India to indicate opportunities for Polish entrepreneurs in this market.