Interdean Responds to Japan’s $35 Billion Investment in India’s Infrastructure Projects Wednesday 29 October 2014 PDF Print The $35 billon funding will support public and private investment of mutual interest. Interdean, leading providers of international removal services, have commented on the news that Japan has invested $35 billion into India’s multiple infrastructure projects, which include the building of smart cities, next generation infrastructure development and also the cleaning of the Ganga River. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledged to partner his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi’s ambitious vision of inclusive development in the sub-continent. The two sides signed five pacts covering defence exchanges, cooperation in clean energy, roads and highways, healthcare and women’s rights, whilst also vowing to take their relationship to a new level. Modi has expressed his deep appreciation for Japan’s continued support for India’s economic development and stated that no country has done more for modernising their infrastructure. The $35 billon funding will support public and private investment of mutual interest. One of India’s largest projects supported by Japan is the Delhi-Mumbai Corridor. This is a mega-infrastructure project connecting India’s political capital and business capital and will involve the development of six industrial zones spanning six states. The project will also see the biggest ever expansion of infrastructure and industry including technologically innovative cities and industrial clusters along with rail, road, port and air connectivity. Interdean takes a great interest in international news that could lead to the establishment of opportunities for expatriates. A spokesperson for the company made the following statement in response to the news: ‘With such large investments being made into India’s infrastructure, the next five years will be an excellent time to relocate to India, when, for many years, the idea has not been hugely popular primarily due to very poor infrastructure. ‘However, now that India has become one of the largest global economies, the demand for a complete re-invention of the country’s current infrastructure can no longer be ignored. The developments are forecasted to provide 3 million employment opportunities, not only for Indian nationals but also expatriates. ‘These expansive and all inclusive infrastructure projects will positively affect numerous industries such as transport, tourism, retail, construction, healthcare and environmental. For expatriates who are seeking new challenges as well as a new home, now would certainly be an excellent time to consider India. With endless opportunities and continual infrastructure developments helped by this Japanese investment, moving to the beautiful sub-continent has never been a more appealing consideration.’ Thinking of Moving? Think Interdean Interdean helps families, expats, backpackers, travellers and students move overseas. Established in 1958, Interdean provides moving, storage, shipping air freight, excess baggage, visa and immigration, and full relocation services to worldwide destinations. Interdean is FIDI FAIM PLUS accredited and has over 123 offices worldwide. We make it easy This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Interdean UK in the following categories: Business & Finance, Travel, Transport & Logistics, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.