Delhi, Haryana hope to attract investments at India-Japan summit

September 4th, 2011 - 6:39 pm ICT by IANS  

New Delhi, Sep 4 (IANS) Delhi and Haryana are hopeful of attractive investments and tie-ups in key sectors at the India Japan Global Partnership Summit 2011, scheduled to be held in Tokyo Monday.

The Delhi government is looking at attractive investors to fund various Delhi State Industrial and Infrastructure Development (DSIIDC) projects and tie-up with a Japanese consulting firm to provide advisory services for companies operating in the national capital region.

“We are enthusiastic about the immense possibilities to be explored in the summit for the technology up-gradation and trade advisory services for small and medium enterprises of Delhi so that they can compete globally,? said Ramakant Goswami, the Delhi government’s minister of industries and labour.

?We will also look forward to a partnership for DSIIDC with a consultancy advisory organization supported by the Government of Japan to establish a centre in Delhi,? added Goswami.

The Haryana government too hoped it would be able to attract investments into the state and said the state had adequate infrastructure in place to cater to large industries.

“Haryana has impressive infrastructure facilities in power, road & rail transport, health and education, well developed industrial estates, good banking facilities, reliable communication network, modern technical institutes and developed commercial markets,” said Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.

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