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Gogoi woos investment from abroad

Jorhat turns into a hotspot for business tycoons from many parts of the globe as the international trade fair is underway.  

Business tycoons from Afghan, Myanmar, Nepal along with other parts of the world are attending in the mega commercial event which got off to a colourful start on Thursday.

In his opening speech, chief minister Tarun Gogoi tried his best to woo the investors citing comfortable situation and potentials.

Nepal’s Acting Ambassador to India Krishna Prasad Dhakal Ambassador to India from Shaida Mohammad Abdali, Myanmar’s Sagaing Region Minister for Electricity and Industry U Kyaw Win were among those who listened to Gogoi.

Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi stressed investment from Myanmar, Thailand, Nepal, Afghanistan and other South East Asian countries to explore the potential of trade and commerce in the state.

Gogoi who opened the Assam-International Trade and Industrial Fair (AITIF) in the glittering function assured the neighbouring nations of all kinds of support for investment.

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