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Bihar government to organise global investors summit to promote industrial growth

Representatives of around 600 companies from India and abroad will participate in the event to explore opportunities in the state, observe the facilities provided by the government, and take stock of the situation on the ground

Dev Raj Patna Published 06.12.23, 08:18 AM
Nitish Kumar.

Nitish Kumar. File picture

The Bihar government is going to organise a two-day global investors summit in a bid to woo entrepreneurs and promote the industrial development of the state.

It will be held on December 13 and 14 in the state capital.

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Representatives of around 600 companies from India and abroad will participate in the event to explore opportunities in the state, observe the facilities provided by
the government, and take stock of the situation on the ground.

“The aim is to promote industries. We saw migrant workers returning in huge numbers to the state during the Covid-19 pandemic. Chief minister Nitish Kumar and deputy chief minister Tejashwi Prasad Yadav instructed us to focus on industrial development so that we can provide jobs to them,” Bihar industries minister Samir Kumar Mahaseth told reporters.

Mahaseth also pointed out that Bihar has lagged in industries, but can excel if provided opportunities and support.

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