The Surat businessmen, settled in China and Hong Kong for the last two decades, who deal in diamond, textile, jewellery manufacturing and service sector industries have made Prime Minister Narendra Modiâ€™s trip to China even more worthwhile.
Gujarati businessmen, mainly from Surat and Saurashtra, made Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address to the Indian Diaspora at Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Centre at Gouzhan Road in Shanghai on May 16 a grand success.
It was a proud moment for the people in the trade and commerce of the diamond city when diamond barons and textile industrialists were part of the Indian delegation during the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Shanghai on Saturday.
Govind Dholakiya, chairman of Shree Ramkrishna Export (SRK), Mathur Savani, chairman of Savani Brothers and convenor of the Surat Diamond Bourse project, Manoj Gandhi, chairman of the Gandhi Group of Industries, Yogesh Wagh, an industrialist in China organized a series of meetings of Prime Minister Modi with the key business personalities in Shanghai.
PM Modi met the chairman of China-based Broad construction company, Daniel Zhang which holds the record of constructing buildings in a very short time. Also, PM met the chairman of Xingtu Bridge Company who has constructed more than 70 bridges over sea across China.
Around 200 diamantaires and jewellery manufacturers in Hong Kong had chartered planes to Shanghai to meet Modi. Some Surti businessmen had sponsored more than 1,000 students of Indian origin studying in Chinese universities to attend the function.
Around 100 Guajaratiâ€™s from Sarjan group, a social and cultural group of diamantaires, had organized an event on May 10 at Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong to welcome Modi.
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