The Andhra Pradesh Government’s diplomatic outreach programme was successfully concluded on a promising note in Vijayawada on Friday. Big ticket investments are expected to be undertaken in the state in the fields of steel, aerospace, technology transfer among others.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy assured the visiting dignitaries that an effective single window system would be put in place to clear all proposals quickly and in a hassle free manner.
In a one-on-one meeting and interaction with representatives of various nations, the Chief Minister said that procedures would be simplified and processing would be expedited for a quick leap towards take-off.
He addressed the Ambassadors, High Commissioners and Consulate Generals in Vijayawada in the Global event where he clarified all the doubts and answered the queries regarding the logistics and procedural matters.
Jagan assured the prospective investors to cooperate and provide all the logistics and clear the files on priority basis promising a single window clearance to for FDI related enterprises.
South Korea has expressed interest in setting up steel industry in the State and the Ambassador Shin Bongkil said, POSCO, the leading steel giant of Korea is likely to set up its unit in Kadapa bringing along the ancillary units as well.
Addressing the event, Hon’ble Chief Minister has said that AP is a land of opportunities with a 975-km long coastline and four major ports. Hon’ble CM also stressed importance of having a stable and secure government providing corrupt-free and transparent governance. pic.twitter.com/sVHdP4KMkb
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The diplomats of Korea said that they were facing some difficulties in China and are planning to move the units from that country. Korean delegates also expressed interest in manufacturing, solid waste management to which the Chief Minister said that he would provide end-to-end support.
Singapore High Commissioner Lim Thuan Kuan said that the country has already invested Rs 20,000 crores and is ready to invest more in the areas of thermal, solar, aerospace and related fields.
Poland has expressed its willingness to invest in electrical equipment while Bulgarian Ambassador has shown interest in education and research. The Chief Minister YS Jagan has sought for technical help in improving the standards to that of European Union.