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Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh has restated that investment in power, cement and steel businesses in the state will not be permitted.
While addressing national convention of Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM), the minister said that the administration has already obtained a large number of propositions in steel, cement and power businesses.
Mr. Singh also said that the main concern of the administration was to support down stream industries.
A huge prospective subsisted in the state for boiler, turbine, farming, equipment making, forest produce, IT as well as other industries.
Mr. Raman added that the government will guarantee authorization of plans for these industries in a period of just one week.
Referring to progress during the last one decade, the Chief Minister stated that Chhattisgar had attained a growth rate of 4.92% in farming, whereas 11.9% growth was recorded in Gross Domestic Product in the fiscal 2009-10.