BHOPAL : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan left here on Monday on 10-day visit to Japan and South Korea. Health Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra, Transport Minister Bhupendra Singh, SC and ST Welfare Minister Gyan Singh, Minister of State for Narmada Valley Development Lal Singh Arya, Mayor Alok Sharma were among those who saw him off at the State Hanger.
The Chief Minister said that Madhya Pradesh is among the five top states of the country in respect of investments.
He will hold discussions with investors and heads of financial institutions regarding investment in the state. He said that under leadership of Prime Minister Modi, investment-friendly climate has been created in the country. India has ancient, historic and cultural ties with both Japan and South Korea. These ties will be further cemented with arrival of investors from these countries. Road shows on investment prospects in the state will be held in both the countries.
He informed that separate clusters will be formed in the state for Japanese and South East Asian companies.
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