Chancellor George Osborne to start India tour with Vodafone launch and TATA talks
The UK Chancellor George Osborne will start his tour to India with the historic delegation from the coalition government by holding talks with the Tata group.
At first, he will meet the divisional heads of the Tata group, the owner of the steel firm Corus and Jaguar Land Rover. Later in this week the chancellor will meet the chairman of the Tata group, Mr. Ratan Tata with the UK Prime Minister David Cameron in New Delhi.
He will also observe the business of UK-based firms in India like Vodafone. He is going to launch a solar paneled mobile phone worth 10 dollars in a Vodafone store in Mumbai.
The British firm Vodafone made its entry to the Indian market in the year 2007 with the partnership of Essar group. Mr. Osborne has also a plan to introduce a mobile ATM machine for the banking firm named Standard Chartered.
It will be launched to raise the financial inclusion in India. Mr. Osborne will also meet the heads of the Tata Tea and Tata Steel. The coalition government is hoping so much from this deal.