Assam Government on Tuesday signed the Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) with 10 leading companies expecting investments worth Rs 8200 crores in the state.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday stressed on making investments in infrastructure stating that the country's progress gains momentum when modern roads and airports among others are built.
The recent underperformance is in stark contrast to the pre-Covid times during which 35-40 per cent were able to cover production costs from the theatrical release.
State chief secretary HK Dwivedi and chief minister’s principal adviser Amit Mitra addressed the meeting virtually. Consul Generals, Honorary Consuls and Deputy High Commissioners from 25 countries including Germany, Italy, France, USA Russia, Netherlands and Israel attended the meeting and expressed their interest in investing in Bengal.
According to Deuba, Nepal faces an annual fiscal gap of $6 billion in its effort to achieve sustainable development goals by 2030.
With the return of investments in August, net FPI investments into equities segment in 2020 have again breached the Rs 50,000 mark.
A company statement had said that the offer was oversubscribed by 1.7 times
According to senior officials in the industries department that is spearheading the conclave, 49 projects would commence in various parts of the state
The first meeting will be held at Burdwan, where leaders from Midnapore and Burdwan will join. Second meeting on 6 November will be held in Kolkata, where zone leaders both from Nawadip and Kolkata will be present.