British High Commission to woe British investors to Bengal
Siliguri, Aug 31 (UNI) British High Commission will woe British investors to set up industries in North Bengal, especially in Siliguri.
Speaking at an interactive session organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) here British High Commissioner Micheal Anthony Aurther said the area has a lot of potential for the growth of industries as it is closely connected with Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and China.
Mr Aurther added that he was impressed by the infrastructural growth in North Bengal.
He also said British investors have been investing in India and the business relationship between the two countries are cordial.
Mr Aurther said Britain was eager to work in sectors like agriculture, floriculture and tea.
State Urban Development and Municipal Affairs minister Asok Bhattacharya said the British investors would like to set up industries in North Bengal as he would provide low cost land for British investment.
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