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Chinese firms to set up textile park in Gujarat
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Jun '15
Anandiben Patel with CASMEI representatives
Anandiben Patel with CASMEI representatives
The Gujarat government has said that a Chinese business association has decided to set up a textile industrial park in the state in near future.

A delegation of China association of small and medium enterprises industry (CASMEI) met Gujarat chief minister Anandiben Patel at Gandhinagar and discussed various aspects related to the setting up of park in Gujarat, an official statement said.

The meeting between CASMEI delegation, led by its vice chairman Shen Gaohua and deputy secretary general Guo Zhixin, and Patel is the result of her recent China visit where state government's Enterprise iNDEXTb (industrial extension bureau) signed an MoU worth Rs 1.6 billion with CASMEI in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Patel told the delegation that during her China visit, she was impressed with the Chinese model of industrial parks, where the selling points for the goods produced in the industrial park, are created within the park.

She showed keen interest to replicate this business model in the upcoming industrial park in Gujarat, the statement added.

According to the statement, Patel assured all cooperation from the government in acquiring land as well as other permissions and facilities for the industrial park. (SH)

Fibre2fashion News Desk – India


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