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Japan’s Friendship Exchange Council (FEC) delegates meet Gujarat CM Narendra Modi to explore greater partnership in different sectors

Gandhinagar, Tuesday: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi here today had a detailed discussion with a 14-member delegation of Japan’s international Friendship Exchange Council (FEC) to explore greater partnership and investment in different sectors in the state.

The delegation led by FEC Vice-President Kenichi Watanabe acquainted themselves with Gujarat’s economic development and industrial policies, particularly in manufacturing, automobiles, hotel and hospitality, medical equipment manufacturing, land acquisition policy, high-speed railway project and Indo-Japan Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project.

Mr. Modi briefed them about skilled human resources in Gujarat, its people’s enterprising spirit and global outlook, as well as about the present Gujarat Government’s progressive and proactive investor-friendly transparent policies, its advantage of 1,600-km long coastline for maritime trade for greater cooperation between Japan and India.

Gujarat Chief Minister’s Additional Chief Secretary G.C.Murmu, Principal Industries Secretary M. Sahu and iNDEXTb Managing Director Mukesh Kumar were also present during the meeting.

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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi today shared his blog post on reforms, center-state bhagidari, innovative policy making during Covid times. The post was posted on LinkedIn platform.

In a tweet the Prime Minister said:

"Reforms by Conviction and Incentives...my @LinkedIn post on innovative policy making in the time of COVID-19, powered by the spirit of Centre-State Bhagidari."

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/reforms-conviction-incentives-narendra-modi/?published=t