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Indore: Promises galore at Global Investors Summit

indore Updated: Oct 11, 2014 15:41 IST
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Food processing units to be set up

Nirmala Sitharaman, Union commerce and industry minister

Pithampur-Dhar-Mhow region will be one of the biggest industrial hubs under Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor project.

Industrial area in Ujjain and Sitapur-Morena area to be upgraded to worldclass industrial area.

Vikram Udyognagri in Ujjain one of the first smart cities to be developed in India.

FDI inflow into MP has crossed US $100 mn in 2014 until July as against $119 mn in 2013-14 fiscal.

Bina refinery gets a big boost

Ananth Kumar, Union chemicals and fertilizers minister

Centre to set up petro chemical and petro investment region in and around Bina with an investment of Rs 1 lakh crore

Capacity of Bina refinery will be increased from 6 million tonnes to 8 million tonnes and eventually to 15 million tonnes

Govt will spend Rs 12,000 cr to set up fertilizer plants in MP

Plastic Park and Polymer Park to come up

A separate gas grid will be set up for MP

MP set to become energy hub

Piyush Goel, Union power and coal minister

NTPC’s investment in MP has crossed Rs 75,000 crore, the largest in any state in the country

Centre to make Rs 22,000 crore investment in non-conventional energy sector in MP

MP will soon start selling its surplus power to other states

Goel announces allocation of up to Rs 150 crore for any project under corporate social responsibility (CSR) in MP

Govt to construct 12,477 toilets in MP schools

Iron, coal mining draws investments

Narendra Tomar, Union mines and steel minister

SAIL likely to invest Rs 12,000 crore to set up an iron and steel plant in MP if adequate quantity or iron ore is present for which assessment project is underway

NALCO to invest Rs 19,000 crore for thermal power plant

NALCO to invest Rs 6,000 crore for aluminum project

National Mineral Development Corporation NMDC to invest Rs 3,000 crore for coal block development.

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