Industry body Indian Chamber of
Commerce (ICC) today launched its Southern Regional Council
Telangana, with its vast potential, offers a unique
advantage to the chamber to extend its functioning in
the State, chairman of the council Rajiv Reddy said on the
Over the years, the initiatives of the chamber have been
supported and attended by ministers, regulators, industry
captains and civil society enriching the body with their
insights, he said.
"I believe with the support of dynamic leaders from the
State, we will continue our initiatives in the sectors of
agriculture, food processing, infrastructure, technology,
manufacturing, services, pharma and healthcare," he said.
The chamber, in its endeavour to play a pro-active role in
the development of the country, would work closely with the
governments in the southern States on policy issues impacting
the industry and on policy advocacy for State-level reforms,
State Industries Minister K T Rama Rao said the
government would work closely with the chamber, for which
a consultative committee can be set up.
Talking about the industrial policy of TS-iPASS
(Telangana State Industrial Project Approval and
Self-Certification System), he said the State has given
clearance to 6,700 units and attracted 20 billion
USD as investment in the last three years.
Immediate past president of the chamber Shashwat Goenka
also spoke.(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)