During the meeting of the Board of Governors of the New Development Bank, it was decided that India will be the chair of the Board of Governors of the Bank and that the second annual meeting will be held in India in 2017.
India was represented by Raj Kumar, Joint Secretary in the Department of Economic Affairs.
"India is following the approach of Reform to Transform through far reaching Structural Reforms. We have taken several initiatives to boost the investment climate and improve the ease of doing business. The National Infrastructure Investment Fund has been set up to stimulate investment in infrastructure. Initiatives such as Make in India, Start-up India and Skill India are focused on encouraging innovations, entrepreneurship and job creation," Raj Kumar, Joint Secretary in the Department of Economic Affairs, said during the first meeting of the NDB.
energy generation projects, both renewable and non-renewable, which utilize cost effective and clean technologies, as well as transport projects, which have a significant impact on the reduction of regional and spatial inequalities and promote inclusive growth, as well as Urban sector infrastructure projects, which are aimed at improving the quality of life of the people.