On the second day of his visit, Naidu met heads of airlines and discussed improving air connectivity to and from Andhra Pradesh, a state government release said here.
    
The Chief Minister joined a round-table meeting with the CEOs of Singapore companies including Ascendas, SembCorp Design & Construction, Jurong International, Surbana, Meinhardt, Lee Kim Tah, National Computer Systems, Global Schools Foundation, Changi International, SATS, ISAS, Singapore Corporation, Enterprise and the Vibrant Group.
    
"Our PM had given a call to 'Make in India', my call is 'Make in India, Make in AP,' Naidu said.
    
Naidu also met a panel of experts from the Centre for Liveable Cities and discussed policies on land and transport systems. The state government is exploring models of roads, private cars, bus and network for the new capital city, the release said.
    
The Chief Minister was invited for lunch by Singapore's Foreign Affair Minister K Shanmugam. Naidu also visited the Singapore Land Transport Academy.
    
The state government is exploring possibilities of collaboration, the release said.
    
The Chief Minister discussed plans to work with Housing and Development Board (HDB) of Singapore to work on AP's public housing programmes.
    
He also visited the Institute of Technical Education. The Chief Minister also met Emeritus Senior Minister and former Prime Minister of Singapore Goh Chok Tong.
    
During Goh Chok Tong's last visit to India, he had expressed Singapore's willingness to develop one smart city in India which could be a model for such development. The Chief Minister discussed opportunities for cooperation with Andhra Pradesh.

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