New Delhi: The government of India is proposing to put in place a Single Window system at the Centre to facilitate investments in the country.
This was revealed at the State industries ministers workshop on Growth of Domestic and Foreign Investment in States’, organised by the union commerce and industries ministry, here on Thursday.
The workshop also discussed about the road map to achieve the prime minister’s target of making the country a 5 trillion US dollar economy by 2024. The State industries ministers also shared the reform initiatives taken by their respective States to attract investments.
The State industries ministers also participated in an workshop on Make-in-India and gave their suggestions.
The union commerce and industries minister, Piyush Goyal, addressed the workshop.
Addressing the workshop, Odisha industries minister Didya Sankar Mishra said that the State is making all endeavour to attract domestic as well as foreign investments into the State. He said Odisha is organising Make-in-Odisha Conclaves and Investors Meets to attract domestic and foreign investment. He said that the State has put in place Single Window system and taken several reforms initiatives creating an ecology for ‘Ease of Doing Business’.
The Odisha industries secretary, Hemant Sharma, also attended the workshop.