‘Make in Odisha’, the state’s global conclave for investors is set to begin Wednesday, with top industrialists expected to take part in the government’s flagship event.
The biennial event, last held in 2018 and delayed since due to the Covid pandemic, will be inaugurated by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik in the presence of several envoys of a few countries, officials from the Union government and business delegations.
Aimed at showcasing the state’s business potential and manufacturing prowess to the world, the 5-day event will be attended by delegates from China, Japan, Norway, Germany, Nepal, Indonesia, Bangladesh and Australia.
It will also see the country’s industry bigwigs, such as LN Mittal (chairperson, ArcelorMittal Group), Kumar Mangalam Birla (chairperson, Aditya Birla Group), Anil Agarwal (chairperson, Vedanta Resources Limited), Sajjan Jindal (JSW Group), Naveen Jindal (chairperson, JSPL), T V Narendran (MD, Tata Steel) and Karan Adani (CEO, Adani Ports and SEZ Limited), take part.
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