Jharkhand Government today said it has signed eight agreements with investment commitments of over Rs 5,000 crore in a range of sectors during a road show here and will now tap funding opportunities in the US.
“We have successfully concluded the state’s domestic investment promotion drive in Mumbai and signed eight MoUs worth over Rs 5,000 crore in areas of textiles, healthcare, medical education, skills development and e-governance. The event was attended by over 350 investors,” Chief Minister Raghubar Das said here. Das would now visit the US to scout for investment opportunities in the world’s largest economy. Jharkhand is organising the Global Investors Summit 2017 on February 16-17 in Ranchi to promote the state as a favoured investment destination. It had held a road show here in connection with the summit. During the event, the government also announced half a dozen new policies aimed at a strategic diversification of the mineral resource rich state.