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    Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy said the state of matter received 340 proposals from investors promising an investment funds of Rs 13 lakh crore and to over six lakh at the summit meeting.
    Chief Minister Jagan Mohan ReddywithMukesh Ambani and Karan Adani at Global Investors Summit 2023
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    The initial twenty-four hours of the Global Investors Summit 2023 (GIS) in Andhra Pradesh’s Visakhapatnam witnessed an line-up of guests with several job tycoons gracing the time of a particular event and extending their bread and butter in terms of investments to the state of matter of Andhra Pradesh. Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy said the state of matter received 340 proposals from investors promising an investment funds of Rs 13 lakh crore and to over six lakh at the summit meeting.
    A damage beyond the point of repair of 92 Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) value Rs 11.8 lakh crore were signed on the initial twenty-four hours of the summit meeting. These projects are to produce 3.92 lakh jobs in the state of matter. More MoUs are to be signed on the following the first twenty-four hours of the summit meeting. The two-day summit meeting began on Friday, March 3 and testament closing on Saturday, March 4. A damage beyond the point of repair of 64 companies signed MoUs with the Andhra Pradesh government on the initial twenty-four hours of the summit meeting.
    Mukesh Ambani, Chairman of Reliance Industries, Naveen Jindal, Chairman of JSW Steel Group, Hari Mohan Bangur, Managing Director of Shree Cement, Karan Adani, CEO of Adani Ports and SEZ Ltd, Martin Eberhard, co-founder and former CEO of Tesla, Sajjan Bhajanka, Chairman of Century Plyboards, and Krishna Ella, Founder & Executive Chairman of Bharat Biotech, were among those who were intermediate between past and future on the initial twenty-four hours of the summit meeting.
    Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy said the state of matter of Andhra Pradesh is known for ensuring a business-friendly surroundings for all stakeholders. “The state has consistently stood first in the country in Ease of Doing Business consecutively for the past three years and received the highest positive feedback of 97.89% from industries surveyed by the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, Government of India, which itself speaks volumes of the conducive environment in the state,” he said.
    “Moreover, we have proactively amended Acts and repealed obsolete laws to reduce compliance burden on industry. Along with good infrastructure and a conducive business environment, availability of skilled workforce is very crucial if the desired outcome is to be achieved. To this end, the state government is in the process of establishing 26 skill development colleges in the state,” said the Chief Minister. The government’s nonsubjective is to  upgrade the skills of time of life between childhood and maturity to tear down through these colleges, he added.
    The Energy Department attracted 35 investment funds proposals value Rs 8.25 lakh crore which can produce 1.33 lakh jobs. Close behind was the Department of Industries & Commerce, which attracted around 41 proposals with an investment funds of Rs 3.2 lakh crore that can produce 1.79 lakh jobs. The IT and ITES Department managed to acquire six  proposals with investment funds to the adjust for (better) functioning of Rs 32,944 crore, which can supply  for 64,815 . The Tourism Department received 10 proposals with a projected investment funds of Rs 8,718 crore, with the potentiality to  produce 13,400 jobs.
    Major investors have as a part the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC), the JSW Group, ABC Limited, Aurobindo Group, Adani Green Energy and the Aditya Birla Group. The state of matter government had held like met in Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai and Hyderabad before the Vishakhapatnam summit meeting. There are many more proposals to be signed on the following the first twenty-four hours of the summit meeting.
    The sprawling sports evidence of Andhra University is hosting the gather, where around 200 stalls have got been group of things of the same kind that belong together up. More than 30 kiosks showcase the various advantages of investing in Andhra Pradesh in 13 crucial sectors identified by the government. The venue consists of five massive halls, each hosting events such as government-to-business (G2B) meetings and seminars. Over 8,000 dignitaries and investors from across India and 40 countries including China and USA are attending the event.
    Earlier, speaking to TNM, Information Technology and Industries Minister Gudivada Amarnath had said the Andhra Pradesh government is expecting the Global Investor Summit to be a contest with rules to determine a winner changer.  “At the very least, we are looking at a starting investment target of Rs 2 lakh crore. We are going to sign MoUs with over 25 countries including the European Union. The Union’s delegates will be at the summit. We will also release the new industrial policy of the state for the next five years. This will be a game-changer,” the government minister had said.  
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