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News Brief | December 2016

Karnataka backs investment from UK firms in RE

Chief Minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah has pitched for investment in renewable energy from UK-based firms, citing the UK´s strength in R&D and his state´s implementation capability as basis for a unique partnership. Speaking after a brief meeting with UK PM Theresa May he said, ´Karnataka is putting in place the Bengaluru-Mumbai Economic Corridor, under which three greenfield self-contained townships will be set up. We can work with the UK to create next-generation logistics, infrastructure and connectivity across fast-growing regions of southern and western India.´

Contact: Karnataka Govt.
Website: www.karnataka.gov.in

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