AP seeks Japanese knowledge based companies

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu today appealed to the Japanese delegation to establish knowledge based companies that provide employment and investments in the state. He asked the Japan team which is conducting a Traffic and Transport study  in Vijayawada city to submit their report by November 2018.

The Japanese delegation led by Japan ambassador of India Kenji Hiramatsu met Chief Minister in Amaravati and evinced interest for invests in the state. Representatives of five Japanese Companies  who submitted  proposals on Data Centre & cloud computing infrastructure, Weather radar Systems, Water Treatment Systems, Sewerage Treatment Systems and traffic Control System in Vijayawada evinced interest and sought clearance for their proposals.

Kuni Umi Asset Management Company came forward to develop a Hyman Fruture Pavilion in Amaravati Capitial City with a built up area of 1000 sq.mt. with the support of APCRDA.

In addition the Japan team shown interest in Housing in Capital City area, food processing units and exchange of technology. The Chief Minister said Japan language would be introduced in universities.

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