Mamata likely to visit China for investment opportunities
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has informed on Tuesday that she is likely to visit China for investment opportunities in the month of June.
China's ruling Communist Party has extended an invitation to West Bengal's ruling Trinamool party and its supremo Mamata Banerjee to visit Beijing.
"It is likely that we will go to China for 4-5 days in June," the West Bengal Chief Minister said on Tuesday.
She has been invited for discussions on possible investments in sectors like agro-industry and manufacturing.
"We have got a lot of requests from many countries including Poland, Russia and Australia. The Communist Party of China has invited my party to visit China and invited me to Beijing and has talked about potential investments in agricultural and manufacturing sector," she said.
"China is helping Bangladesh and India as well. They have requested me several times. They want to invest and that is why we will go," she told the media here at the airport on her arrival from Delhi.
Banerjee had earlier scouted for investments in Singapore, London and Bhutan.