Several Japanese companies willing to invest in state
Japan’s ambassador Mr. Hiramatsu Praised CM Mr. Chouhan
Bhopal, October 23, 2016 (Ataullah Faizan): Ambassador of Japan Mr. Kenji Hiramatsu said that popular technology of Japan will be expanded in Madhya Pradesh at the “Japan Session” of Partner country held on the first day of the Global Investors Summit at Indore today. Beside projects underway at present in the state with cooperation of Japan, several Japanese companies have expressed their willingness to invest in Madhya Pradesh. Mentioning specifically about multi dimensional efforts of Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan to attract investment, Mr. Kenji praised CM Mr. Chouhan for enthusiasm, strong will power and to bring Madhya Pradesh speedily in the list of developed state. Chairperson of Nihongo Center Miss Noriko Nasukawa informed that course of Japanese language is being conducted from primary to high level by her center in Delhi and Bhopal. Beside this Corporate training on Japanese language and culture is being imparted by the center. Company placement services and activities to cooperate for pursuing studies in Japan are being conducted by the center. A special presentation was given by Managing Director of JFE Engineering India Pvt. Ltd. Mr. Hajime Fukai on large business sectors like aqua solutions, renewable energy and environment solutions especially for expansion in Madhya Pradesh. Mr. Kajuhisa of Joyoto Tsusho India Pvt. Ltd. and Director of Hitachi Data Systems India Pvt. Ltd. Mr. Shrinivas Rao also gave presentation on investment possibilities in Madhya Pradesh.
Chief Director Jetro India Mr. Naoyoshi Noguchi expressed their views on investment in Madhya Pradesh. In the beginning, Vice Chairman of John Deere India Pvt. Ltd. and Chairman of Malwa Zonal Council Mr. Rajendra Joshi said that there is a vast scope of investment in Madhya Pradesh. Japan is the fourth big nation of the world which has investment in India. Additional Chief Secretary Home Mr. B.P. Singh while welcoming the Japanese delegation said that the Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan has entrusted him the responsibility to coordinate in the projects being established in the state with the cooperation of Japan.