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Kerala CM Chandy woos India Inc to state

Chandy said: “My government has finalised a number of mega infra projects,for which,we are seeking domestic and foreign investments.”

Written by ENS Economic Bureau | Mumbai | Published: May 16, 2012 12:34:33 am

Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy on Tuesday strove to stave off the past anti-investment image of the state,where labour unions called the shots,by inviting the captains of Corporate India seize up Rs 2.4 lakh crore worth investment opportunities.

He was showcasing the state,which is the most literate with the highest human development index in the country,to a slew of corporate leaders in the city on the second day of the Emerging Kerala 2012 road-show.

Chandy,who was flanked by his industries minister P K Kunhalikutty and finance minister K M Mani,further said PPP,with a single-window clearance mechanism,will be the bedrock for all mega projects in the state.

Chandy said: “My government has finalised a number of mega infra projects,for which,we are seeking domestic and foreign investments.”

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