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Indian SEC Chief Sinha: China Investors Look to India

January 4, 2012 - Hong Kong

Indian infrastructure can expect about US$1 trillion worth of investment from China's next Five-Year Programme, with about half emerging from private sector investors, according to U.K. Sinha, Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Board of India.

Speaking ahead of the 16-17 January Asian Financial Forum 2012, Mr Sinha predicted that Indian companies will soon tap Hong Kong investment through initial public offerings.

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Mr Sinha will be a featured speaker at the fifth Asian Financial Forum (AFF), organised by the Hong Kong SAR Government and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC). Thisyear's forum will take place under the theme "Asia: Driving Sustainable Growth." Participants will address growth opportunities and challenges in the Asia-Pacific region, and the Chinese mainland in particular. The main programme will focus on suchissues as global investment prospects, China opportunities, Japan's reconstruction and green growth initiatives.

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