Himanta Biswa Sarma Invites India & US Firms To Explore Business Opportunities In Assam 

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The Assam Chief Minister – Himanta Biswa Sarma, urged the Heads of Indian and American firms to collaborate with the state administration and explore the opportunities in the state, especially in the tea and tourism sector.

Addressing an event hosted by the US-India Strategic Partnership Forum (USISP) on Tuesday, the Assam CM noted that the state government has been working relentlessly to create a robust environment for entrepreneurship through numerous policies.

Taking to Twitter, the Assam CM wrote “Our inherent strengths – geographical, natural resources, flora & fauna – coupled with enabling policy push guided by vision of Hon PM Shri @narendramodi ji, has made Assam a powerhouse of opportunities. From tea to trade & tourism, we offer enormous possibilities for businesses.

At an interactive round table by @USISPForum, I spelt out the vision of our Government and how we’ve been working relentlessly on creating a robust environment for investments through a bouquet of policies. Shri @PandaJay & Shri @MukeshAghi shared their profound vision as well.

Citing the progress achieved in Assam and the Northeast region, he said, “If you consider policy and development, we are now at the heart of this country. So, that is the kind of difference Prime Minister Modi has brought.”

As per an official statement, several CEOs evinced keen interest in partnering with Assam in higher education, skill development, connectivity, infrastructure, and the telecom sector.

The President and CEO of the US-India Strategic Partnership Forum – Mukesh Aghi, reaffirmed that India and the US desire to strengthen economic relations and strategic partnership at a time when India is celebrating its 75th year of independence.

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