Funding choices in Tanzania shiny, says Excessive Commissioner

Justice B V Nagarathna. File

Binaya Srikanta Pradhan, Excessive Commissioner of India to Tanzania, throughout his go to to a producing plant in Sri Metropolis in Tirupati district on Monday.
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Binaya Srikanta Pradhan, Excessive Commissioner of India to Tanzania, mentioned the Indian Authorities is exploring prospects of opening an Indian industrial park in Tanzania.

Mr. Pradhan visited Sri Metropolis in Tirupati on Monday to get first-hand data on the prevailing infrastructure right here and research it as a mannequin enterprise metropolis.

On this event, Mr. Pradhan recalled the shut commerce relations stretching again to the previous six a long time between the 2 nations. “Tanzania is one of India’s major development assistance partners. There are various areas in which we can cooperate and invest in Tanzania,” he mentioned.

Mr. Pradhan was formally obtained by Sri Metropolis Founder Managing Director Ravindra Sannareddy, who briefed him on the infrastructure, distinctive options and the commercial improvement witnessed on the campus.

“Mr. Pradhan’s visit to Sri City is very important for us and his observations and suggestions are valuable. We feel proud as Sri City emerged as a ‘must-visit’ place for our diplomats and administrators and we consider it an honour as our project implementation model is being referred to and studied by them,” Mr. Sannareddy mentioned.

The Excessive Commissioner quizzed the commercial representatives on varied points of Sri Metropolis and went across the manufacturing items of Vermerian and Hunter Douglas. He additionally appreciated the commercial metropolis for its good planning and meticulous implementation of sustainable urbanisation rules.

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