Several Chinese companies across various sectors have visited Hyderabad to take part in the Sm@rt Urbanisation meet to explore the possibilities of working on projects in the upcoming smart cities projects in India.
The delegation led by Shiyong Hong, Vice President, China Chamber of Commerce and Export Machinery and Electronics Products (CCCME), wants to act as a bridge between the Chinese and the Indian companies exploring the potential to work on upcoming projects.
The Smart Cities Council India, part of the global consortium of smart cities, organised the 5th Smart Cities Summit Sm@rt Urbanisation at Hyderabad International Convention Centre to analyse the learnings and impact assessment.
Shiyong Hong, Vice President, China Chamber of Commerce and Export Machinery and Electronics Products (CCCME), said, “China and India are the two largest developing countries with same strategies and dreams. Chinese President and Indian Prime Minister have met each other more than 10 times in the last 3 years. We need to match our strategies and explore the potential for mutual growth.”
He added, “By 2030 more than 0.7 billion people will be residing in Indian cities and India has to build 100 smart cities to cater to them. China can be a partner in developing Smart Cities in India with our innovative technologies and manufacturing capabilities.”
CCCME comprises of leading Chinese organisations which include China Road & Bridge Corporation, Power China International group, ZTE Corporation, China ENFIL Engineering Corporation among others.