AP TO BE GATEWAY OF INDIA
- Naidu promises Industry & Trade
- South East Asia’s biggest Trade Centre
Hyderabad, January 13: Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu tried to hard sell Andhra Pradesh as the “prospective destination” for setting up industries and promoting business as the state with its vast coastline was being developed to emerge as one of South East Asia’s biggest trade centre.
Speaking at the India-Australia Business Meet being held in New Delhi by CII today Chandrababu Naidu called upon the Australian industrialists to come in a big way to set up industries in the state for which the state administration would set up a single desk to ensure hassle-free permissions. The state government would be starting E-biz from February to ensure that all required permission for setting up industries and other businesses would bed cleared within 21 days, he explained.
Chandrababu Naidu said encountering numerous problems, the stare was going ahead with its developmental activities in a big way and the Central Government headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi was rendering all help for the development of the state’s capital. Asserting that a world-class capital would be built in the state, he exuded confidence that Andhra Pradesh would be one of the best smart states in the entire globe. With power supply round the clock, internet facility in every household, adequate water supply, infrastructure facilities and modern ports, Andhra Pradesh would be the Gateway of India for industrialists and business houses, he pointed out and invited the honchos of Australian industry to invest in the state.
Pointing out that the state government was also planning to develop in a big sports facilities, Chandrababu Naidu disclosed that he would soon visit Australia to attract industrial investments from the country. (NSS).