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Tipu Munshir calls on Indian industrialists to invest in Bangladesh

Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi has called on Indian industrialists to invest in Bangladesh. He made the call while attending the World Bengal Trade Conference held in Kolkata.

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The six-day Sixth World Bengal Trade Conference kicked off in Kolkata on Wednesday. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee inaugurated the conference at New Town, Rajarhat, Kolkata.

At the time, Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi called upon the industrialists from home and abroad to attend the conference. He said Bangladesh also wants to invest in West Bengal industry this time.

In her inaugural address, Mamata Banerjee said that West Bengal is now moving fast towards industrialization. The state has a favorable environment for investment in industry. Therefore, he urged the industrialists from home and abroad to invest in West Bengal.

West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar delivered the welcome address at the industrial conference. He also emphasized on further investment in the interest of development in West Bengal.

Gautam Adani, head of Adani Industrial Group, industrialist Sajjan Jindal, Sanjeev Goenka, industrialist Narendra, Sanjeev Puri, Niranjan Advani and others were present at the time. They promised to invest in West Bengal. The two-day industrial conference organized by the West Bengal Government’s Industrial Development Corporation will end on Thursday.

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