Seoul-India has plans to construct 12 expressways with an investment of over Rs 1 lakh crore. Union minister Nitin Gadkari addressed the delegates of the Korea-India Infrastructure Cooperation Forum in Seoul. This,would presents huge opportunities for Korean businesses said Indian minister. Similarly developing the national waterways for commercial navigation in India, and the plans to develop
shipbuilding, fisheries and the port sector will also create investment opportunities, he said.Mr Gadkari also conveyed the Indian Government’s commitment for facilitating all foreign businesses who wished to invest in India.In another meeting with theRoK Minister for Environment Ms. KIM Eungyung, Shri Gadkari discussed bilateral cooperation in the area of river cleaning and rejuvenation.