Narendra Modi extended “a special request” to the investors to increase investments in agriculture and agribusiness. “An enhanced investment in this sector will enhance the earnings of farmers,” he said.
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Minister Naseem Khan claimed on Monday the state had received 411 proposals,generating 29,200 jobs and involving an investment of Rs 3,834 crore,since it implemented a new textile policy in March this year.
New Delhi, Jan 25 (ANI): France Finance Minister Michel Sapin on Monday said that in the last five years French companies have invested more than $1 billion per year in India, which is now expected to increase to $10 billion in the next five years. Sapin said that France is the third biggest foreign investor in India and a major player in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Make in India' programme. He added that India and France have similar views on investment, which will further help them to fight against financing terrorism.
Jerusalem, Jan 19 (ANI): External Affairs Minister (EAM) Sushma Swaraj has urged the Indian community in Jerusalem to build long-term stakes in the Indian economy through investment and joint development of products and services. She congratulated the Indian caregivers for performing commendable service. Swaraj said India is very proud of its large diaspora, which is hard working and sincere.
Kolkata, Jan 08 (ANI) : Asserting that West Bengal has capability and readiness to take on bigger and greater business challenges with an aim to fulfill aspirations, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said more investments will lead to greater revenues, jobs, more manufacturing power and better infrastructure. Jaitley, who was speaking at the 2016 Global Business Summit, said the economy of any country or state needs investments to grow. The Summit received participation from 20 countries including UK, Japan, USA, Singapore, Australia, China, Malaysia, Taiwan, Israel, Spain, Belarus, Czech Republic, Korea, Luxembourg and neighbouring countries like Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan.