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Naidu impresses industry bigwigs in Mumbai
Naidu impresses industry bigwigs in Mumbai, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said Visakhapatnam was a major industrial hub while the food and marine processing was a major contributor to the State.
Hyderabad (NSS): Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said Visakhapatnam was a major industrial hub while the food and marine processing was a major contributor to the State. He was delivering the keynote address on Monday at the CITI India Investor Conference 2015 in Mumbai on the investments opportunities in Andhra Pradesh. He also and made a power point presentation on the occasion.
Highlighting the growth engines in the State, the Chief Minister said Andhra Pradesh had a strong dairy and poultry industry and was a leading producer of cement and paper, adding that AP had a strong presence in textile and metallurgy industries.
“Andhra Pradesh also is the emerging hub for Pharma, Biotechnology, Electronics, Chemical and Petrochemical Industries,” he said.
Later, at a round-table with investors, he said that the government's thrust areas included a life sciences hub, an automobile hub, food processing parks, mineral processing, Defence & aerospace hubs, industrial townships, petro-chemical complexes, integrated textiles and apparels parks and establishment of electronic clusters.
Mathew Cyriac of Blackstone, Padmanabha Sinha of Tata Capital, Satish Mandana of IDFC Mutual Funds, Anu of Brookfield Asset Management, Sandeep Kothari of Fidelity Worldwide Investment and Krishna Gotety of GIC Real Estate were some of the heads of companies who met the Chief Minister in Mumbai.