Latvian Asian Chamber of Commerce (LACC) has organised a seminar to promote Latvia as an attractive investment destination – for investments that create long-term, sustainable and value added jobs and significant export share.
The ocassion was graced by Mr Deepak Vohra (Ambassador, Special Advisor to Prime Minister Lesotho, South Sudan, Guinea-Bissau & to CEC Ladak) .
Mr. Vohra said, “The main goal was to present Latvia as an attractive investment destination. LACC is being supported by Investment and Development Agency of Latvia (LIAA) to attract Indian investors and Companies who are looking to establish their operations in Latvia by providing information on doing business in Latvia; state support programmes for entrepreneurs, co-financed from EU Structural Funds; contacts with Latvian business partners; identification of best property options for manufacturing and office space; assistance with start-up procedures; and investment project follow-up. There are nine target sectors based on comparative advantages of Latvia that they are particularly focusing on and see potential investment opportunities for foreign investments:
Transportation and Logistics;
Metal Working, Machinery and Electronics;
IT (incl. Global Business Services);
Special tours are also organized throughout the region as part of “Baltic Connecting”, so as to better acquaint foreign tourism professionals with tourism opportunities in Latvia”.
The seminar talked on Business Investment & Tourism opportunities in Latvia & How the Latvia govt. is supporting with their various policies. Latvia surprises travelers with its diversity. It may be tranquil, ancient and quiet, or energetic boisterous. Whether you are travelling alone, or with family and friends – Latvian diversity will reveal a new and interesting experience for everyone.
Also, LIAA was giving the Investment opportunities for Indian Investors and Companies to Invest in the beautiful country who is looking to establish their operations in Latvia for their better future on doing a business. The state support programs for entrepreneurs, co-financed from EU Structural Funds; contacts with Latvian business partners; identification of best property options for manufacturing and office space; assistance with start-up procedures; and investment project follow-up will be discussed.