Organizers of Chinaplas can be complimented for their imaginative and thought provoking subjects for seminars, lecture meetings and also for creating a forum for investment opportunities in emerging markets of South East Asia including India. They provided a platform to countries like India, Indonesia, Thailand, etc. to showcase potential of business opportunities in their countries.
New Delhi/India - Under the guidance of Ministry of Chemical & Fertilizers, Department of Chemicals & Petrochemicals (DCPC) an introduction was given by Mr. Indrajit Pal, IAS, Secretary department highlighting Government of India’s role in creating Four Petroleum, Chemicals and Petrochemicals Investment Regions (PCPIRS) in coastal states of Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Odisa & Tamilnadu. These will be totally integrated areas giving boost to further growth to this industry. Mr. Pal also gave an overview of support being extended by his ministry to create a very congenial atmosphere of growth to this sunrise industry.
He encouraged Mr. M. N. Patel Chairman, National Advisory Board (NAB) of Plastindia Foundation 2015 to share about investment opportunities in India by polymer industry. In April, the number of attendees the Chinaplas fair in Shanghai jumped more than 14% to a new record of over 130,000, according to organiser Adsale Exhibitions. .
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M.N. Patel, Chairman, National Advisory Board (NAB) of Plastindia Foundation drew attention of very large number of delegates about Macro Economic Scenario. Ease of investment and growth opportunities being provided as most promising destination for investment in Plastic industry in India.
Mr. Patel also informed the gathering about Government of India’s Policy of Technology up gradation Fund (TUF) and also PCPIRS and state government’s plastics processing parks etc. This presentation evoked a very positive response from the audience.
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