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      Andhra Pradesh to cooperate with Polish region in IT


      The Andhra Pradesh government has signed a major cooperation deal with the Malopolska region of Krakow in Poland, mainly for the development of the IT sector.

      The deal was signed by representatives of the Andhra Pradesh government in Krakow where major Indian IT companies are currently participating in a three-day workshop (December 1-3).

      Participants at the workshop include Indian IT majors such as Satyam, TCS, C-I India, Infosys as well as technology park specialists Ascendas-India and the Rahejas.

      The Andhra Pradesh IT delegation is being led by P Sabita Reddy, state minister of IT, according to INEP agency. A delegation from the Krakow administration had visited India recently and had met 25 IT companies and government representatives.

      Krakow is looking to acquire and attract Indian expertise in developing an IT Technology Park. Indian participation is also required for major IT projects being undertaken by Poland between now and 2012.

      Indian Ambassador to Poland Anil Wadhwa, who was present in Krakow for the signing ceremony, stated that this was a historical moment in bilateral economic relations between the two countries that have seen an upswing over the last two years.

      Bilateral trade between the two countries is expected to cross the $500 million mark this year, an increase of more than 40 percent over last year.

      Indian companies in textile, pharmaceuticals, steel and coalmine sectors besides the IT sector are keen on investment in Poland, which has a population of 40 million and possesses a technology-oriented younger generation.

      Poland is also considered an ideal gateway for Indian IT companies and others into the rest of the European Union.

      Besides the representatives of the regional government, Polish officials from the central ministries of interior and finance outlined the country's IT plans for the benefits of Indian participants.

      The Indian IT delegation met officials in Warsaw and will later travel for meetings in Katowice, Wroclaw and Lodz.

      December 02, 2005


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