CM talks with a delegation of top investment firms

Published By : Admin | August 5, 2010 | 12:58 IST

Chief Minister Shri Narendra Modi today in the meeting with delegation of office bearers of top investment firms across the globe said that a reliable environment is something that an investor looks for, before investing and Gujarat has continuously managed to keep itself investor-friendly region by taking various initiatives even in the time of global financial crisis.

The delegation comprising about 15 office bearers of top investment firms of USA, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, Abu Dhabi besides India, is on the visit of Gujarat. The delegation showed interest in the subjects like State government policies, financial, agricultural and human resource management and the achievements of the government.

Chief Minister said that State government is adopting newer dimension of growth. 'New Gujarat' is taking birth along the 1600-km. coast line and different types of modern cities are going to be developed along with special investor's zone.

He said that in the planning made by State government for the industrial progress, there is nearly no space for the gray-area and this is making Gujarat favorable for industries and investments. An amiable relationship between laborer-owner is prevailing in industries as there is Zero level man-days loss in Gujarat.

Inviting the investors to participate in forthcoming Gujarat Global Investors' Summit-2011, Chief Minister said that there is no dispute regarding industrial land in Gujarat. State Government does not partner industries in buying of land. Land acquiring should not happen on the cost of the benefits of farmers and industries should not grow on the cost of environment. He suggested that every industrial house should adopt a sport game to push it up and contribute in creating a sports culture in the country.

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