Korea to replicate Naidu’s ‘Happiness Index’ model
Amaravati: Korea is planning to replicate Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu’s ‘Happiness Index’. Counsel General of Korea, Hyung Tae Kim, met Naidu in Amaravati and requested him to guide his country in implementing the Happiness Index, which is implemented in the State by Naidu government.
Kim told Naidu that the Korean companies were looking forward for good opportunities for investments in Amaravati. He briefed Naidu that a good number of corporate companies from Korea have shown interest to invest in Andhra Pradesh, particularly in Amaravati, the new capital.
Hyung Tae Kim presented two proposals for investment on behalf of the Korean companies. He suggested that a conference should be held very soon in Andhra Pradesh to bring together companies from Korea to apprise about the opportunities available for investment. Kim mentioned that their companies have units in Chennai and Bangalore and that they are keen on expanding their operations to Amaravati very soon.
The Counsel General has asked the Chief Minister to visit Korea soon.