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“Destination Tripura” : Over 50 Business Organizations Signs MOU, Invest 2564 Crores

Once, Tripura was among the backward industrialised states of India. But in this due course of 3yrs lots of things have changed and its impact is huge and can be seen in this two days “Destination Tripura Investment Summit”. Tripura got 50 lucky investors in the very first commercial meet.

More than 50 business organisations signed MOU in the two-day Investment Summit

More than 50 business organisations willing to invest in the state have signed MoU in the two-day Destination Tripura-Investment Summit 2021 held at Agartala. The signed MoUs are worth 2 thousand 564 crore rupees. The investment in coming days is likely to cross 3 thousand crore rupees, enunciated Industry & Commerce Minister Manoj Kanti Deb in a press conference called at Pragna Bhawan today.

The minister while interacting with the media said, considering the objective behind organising the two-day Destination Tripura-Investment Summit 2021 it has been a fruitful event. The state has suitable environment for setting up industries. The state is surplus in power production, it has abundant natural gas and many other natural resources. Investors have signed MoU fort investing in rubber, bamboo, Agar, education, tourism and IT etc sectors, which is expected to create more than 10 thousand job opportunities. Plans are there to invest in these sectors within a year or two. He also informed that more than 100 investors have joined in the summit.

Chairman of Tripura Industrial Development Corporation (TIDC) Tinku Roy in the press conference said that a special cell has been formed in the Industry & Commerce department which will pursue the next course of action with the investors who have signed the MoU. Secretary of Industry & Commerce department Dr. Prashant Kumar Goyal, Director Tarit Kanti Chakma were also present during the press conference.

The two-day Investment Summit was concluded just before the press conference. Industry & Commerce Minister in the valedictory session said, emphasis has been put to business based on raw materials available in the state. He then thanked everyone including the investors, representatives of different organisations and departments for the successful organisation of the Summit. TIDC Chairman in this session lauded the Prime Minister and the Chief Minister for their sincere efforts for overall development of the state and also assured that the state government will provide all kinds of help to the investors in this regard.


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