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Rs 70,000 cr hope in investors’ summit

GUWAHATI: The Assam Government claimed to have received a hefty Rs 70,000 crore investment at the end of the global investors’ summit in Guwahati on Sunday.


Talking to media government officials say investment are set to pour in a number of vital sectors which include petroleum, telecom, health and tourism.

“We have struck initial 200 deal with the investors from home and abroad to the tune of Rs 70,000 crore,” said an official.


He said tourism sector alone is set to get a huge boost with a total investment proposal of Rs 2,347 crore.

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