New South Wales Premier to visit China, IndiaNovember 14th, 2007 - 10:17 am ICT by admin
Recently the NSW Government announced several initiatives boosting the state’s technology industry, including investments and partnerships with companies that have a big presence in China and India.
The state also played an integral part in the launch of a software-testing lab owned by Indian company Polaris.
Earlier this year the government invested over two million Australian dollars in a microchip fabrication plant in Sydney with ASX-listed manufacturer Arasor.
While in China, the delegation is expected to visit Arasor’s facilities.
The premier’s delegation would also include State Development Minister Ian MacDonald.
The last time the NSW government sent a technology trade mission to India and China was in 2004, led by former premier Bob Carr. (ANI)
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