Jaitley, who among others, today had bilaterals with New Zealand Prime Minister and Queen of the Netherlands as also a host of CEOs here on the sidelines of World Economic Forum, said the foreign investors and governments are very keen to do business with India.

"Banks, insurance companies, manufacturing, technology all of them are looking at India," he said on the second day
of his arrival here.

He will have further meetings tomorrow before he leaves for India after his three-day visit to Davos.

He also said the investors are looking for opportunities and the government has laid out a clear roadmap for the same. On US President Barack Obama's visit to India, Jaitley said he expects very positive outcome and the relationship between the two countries has matured considerably.

There are some areas where two sides may not reach common ground, but that would not impact the relations and cooperation on other fronts, he added.

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