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Chhattisgarh lays it out for investors

The Global Investors meet and exhibition was unveiled on 2 November in Chhattisgarh's new capital Naya Raipur.

Foreign dignitaries international and Indian investors, Chhattisgarh's chief minister Raman Singh and state ministers were present on Friday afternoon as the Credible Chhattisgarh event was inaugurated.

Five new policies have been introduced by the state for the investors which include IT and ITes, auto engineering, new and renewable energy,  agro and food processing and also reforms for urbanisation and development of housing in Chhattisgarh.

Chief minister Raman Singh said that, it has been 12 years since this state was formed. Last year our GDP was 11 per cent.

If the five policies which we have implemented are followed successfully in the coming years, then we will maintain this double digit growth for another 50 years. No redtapism exists in my state. I am available to everyone on the phone to be spoken to.'

Present at the inaugural ceremony MP Navin Jindal lauded Raman Singhs efforts and said,' the chief minister has successfully showcased the state’s potential to the entire world. We have invested 25,000 crores earlier and will be investing 50,000 crores more in the state for various projects.'

Adi Godrej on a similar note said,'this is a mega event showcasing the growth and development of the state.

Chhattisgarh is a mineral-rich state and also the power sector is well-developed here. I feel a state is in the cusp of transition and such proactive measures will help in focusing on its growth.'
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