Global Investors Summit – 2012
20 lakh persons to get direct-indirect employment, Famous industrial houses give proposals for Rs.3.5 lakh crore investment
Global Investors Summit was organised at Indore from October 28 to 30. Over 2000 representatives of industrial houses from the country and abroad took part in the summit. About one thousand investment proposals worth Rs. 4 lakh 31 thousand 555 crore in Madhya Pradesh have been received during the three-day Global Investors Summit at Indore. Implementation of these proposals will generate direct and indirect jobs for about 20 lakh persons.
Impressed by enthusiastic atmosphere of the summit, famous industrial houses of the country also handed over their proposals to the State Government. Famous industrialist Shri Anil Ambani made a proposal to invest Rs. 20 thousand crore in cement and energy sectors. Noted industrialist Shri Subhash Chandra has come forward to develop a township in Chambal ravines. For this, he has given Rs. 35 thousand crore proposal to the State Government. Besides, Shri Kumar Manglam Birla will also invest Rs. 20 thousand crore in tourism and education sectors. He gave his proposal to this effect to Madhya Pradesh government today.
Besides these famous companies, other investors have also given investment proposals worth Rs. 3 lakh 56 thousand 555 crore. Possibilities of generation of about 6 lakh 35 thousand 727 direct and 14 lakh 53 thousand 314 indirect jobs from these industries have been strengthened. Investors participating in the summit made 100 proposals worth Rs. 34 thousand 766 crore in agriculture and food processing sector generating possibility of 2 lakh 95 thousand 228 jobs. Of this, 66 thousand 895 will be direct jobs and 2 lakh 28 thousand 333 indirect jobs. At the summit, 30 proposals worth Rs. 27 thousand 491 crore were presented in the cement, mining and mineral sectors. On implementation, these industries will generate 65 thousand 108 jobs including 17 thousand 956 direct and 47 thousand 152 indirect jobs. As many as 58 proposals worth Rs. 31 thousand 45 crore were received in iron and steel sector, which will generate 86 thousand 997 jobs including 30 thousand 182 direct and 56 thousand 815 indirect jobs.