Telangana: IT minister says more than 24 % of 32 billion dollars’ worth of investments in last 7 years
Telangana: IT minister says more than 24 % of 32 billion dollars’ worth of investments in last 7 years came from existing investors
Telangana IT minister KT Rama Rao (KTR) has said more than 24 percent of 32 billion dollars’ worth of investments that the state attracted in the last seven years have come from the existing investors.
Participating virtually as the chief guest in the Public Affairs Forum of India’s 8th national forum, he said often states overlook the existing investors and that is where Telangana does best.
He said the existing investors were taken care of, they become biggest brand ambassadors. He further added that when institutions outlive individuals and perceptions, it brings in predictability, comfort and policy continuity.
He further said the state government has appointed young professionals who guide the investors with the policies and infrastructure in a very professional manner while working under the banner of ‘Invest Telangana’.
The minister highlighted the Telangana Academy for Skill and Knowledge and stated that the government would train people at its own cost, transforming them into quality human resources which also provides major employment opportunities to the locals.
IT and Industries Minister @KTRTRS today virtually participated as Chief Guest in the @PAFIIndia's 8th National Forum 2021. @ficci_india Secretary General Dilip Chenoy and Prl. Secretary @jayesh_ranjan were also present at the session. #PAFIIndia #NationalForum pic.twitter.com/tURdOOHxYe
— Minister for IT, Industries, MA & UD, Telangana (@MinisterKTR) October 22, 2021