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In a good news to Visakhapatnam’s citizens, the city has been declared as one among the top five centres of innovation in Fintech along with Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
In a recent interview with The Hindu, the British Deputy High Commissioner Andrew Fleming said, “An interaction between Fintech firms of the two cities will be beneficial to both the cities.”
Mr Fleming was in Guntur to attend a national seminar on gender equality. This was organised by the British High Commission in the city.
Mr Fleming also insisted his will to visit places in Andhra Pradesh that have become centres of activity. In addition to that, he also stated that the British High Commission was closely tracking the growth of Visakhapatnam and Amaravati. He also said that he would recommend establishing the British Library in Amaravati to the British Council.
Until now, the British High Commission has been providing services in nine Indian cities of Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Goa, Kolkata, Mumbai and New Delhi and three offices in South India in Hyderabad, Bengaluru and Chennai.