"We need to use our efforts to help the poor in India, growth in infrastructure. Generate economic prosperity, including the poor and growth," says the ambassador Amarendra Khatua
Active and enterprising, Ambassador Amarendra Khatua receives us in his office, which comes very early day. Immediately refers to the most important political news that has had India: Narendra Modi is the new prime minister of the world's largest democracy.
"We have a new government, Mr. Modi is well known for developing a provincial governor with 3 mandates in the state of Gujarat. Gujarat is comparable to the state of San Francisco or Sao Paulo. With the new leadership of Narendra Modi's concern India will be the growth, combating the effects of the crisis in the global economy and establish cooperation with countries in Africa, Latin America and Asia. "Regarding the classification of the World Bank is India, placing the country in third place as a global economy, after the United States and China, Ambassador Khatua says: "They are just statistics"
"Obviously for the World Bank, India has a predominant role, but India has other problems to deal with concrete. A middle class of 400 million people and ensure inclusion of the poor. India has more poor than the population of Latin America. the three objectives are the inclusion of the population in the economy, the growth of the infrastructure to the 1,200 million and establish good contacts with countries in Latin America, Asia and Africa. "
"We need to use our efforts to help the poor in India, growth in infrastructure. Generate economic prosperity, including the poor and growth," says Amarendra Khatua ambassador. Relationship with Argentina. "Growing trade between India and Argentina increased by 30 percent and there is possibility of more investment in the coming years will soon travel several Argentine provinces governors to India also, in October will be traveling to several employers attend a business summit of representatives of India and Latin America. "
"In my 16 months in office have tripled the amount of Argentine visitors to India are now around 18,000. Moreover, it is now cheaper to visit India. The best time is from September to February".
traslation: Belén Zapata