Hessen Trade and Invest GmbH (HTAI) CEO Rainer Waldschmidt said during a panel discussion here on Tuesday that Tarek-al Wazir, the state's minister for economics, energy, transport and regional development, would lead the delegation.
Indian Consul General Raveesh Kumar gave an overview of the enabling atmosphere created by the new government under Prime Minister Modi to attract investments into India.

"The panelists, representing leading German companies, "reflected the collective optimism of the German industry on the changed market sentiments with respect to the Indian economy and projected substantial gains for their respective sectors with the ongoing revision in the policy framework", the statement said.''

"One thing that was emphasized by all participants was the shift in the nature of cooperation between Indian and German companies. It was emphasized that superior technology was no longer the preserve of only the German side with several Indian companies displaying very high standards of quality in terms of both products and human resources," the statement added.

Officials from the German side "made their presence felt at the event as India has been identified as one of the most promising economies for German industry in the coming years", the statement said.

As the partner country, India will be taking its largest-ever contingent to 'Hannover Messe 2015' in April with over 400 Indian firms participating.

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