Poland interested in food processing sector in Bihar

Bihar deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi, told newsmen about Poland’s interest of investing in food processing sector of the state. Modi further added that during his visit we have succeeded in inviting interested parties from Poland to invest in the food processing and higher education sectors in Bihar.  Bihar deputy CM is on a 3-day visit to Dutch country.

On a visit to Poland, Modi addressed the three-day 10th 
European Economic Congress(EEC) that began at Katowice. Representatives from 27 European Union (EU) countries and 700 delegates from other nations are taking part in the EEC meet.

Modi’s presentation at the EEC meet refers to the new strides made by Bihar in vegetable cultivation, maize farming and production and organic farming, besides pointing to the state’s strength in fruit production.
 
In an email from Poland, Modi said that Poland has expressed its interest in the food processing and higher education sectors in Bihar. In fact, ‘Made in India’ slogan  of the central government in India, Poland has given a call for ‘Go India’ to its investors, Modi added.

This invitation comes in the wake of 5 percent wastage in food processing of Poland as against 70 per cent of India in the same sector, said Modi ,

Bihar can benefit from Poland in the higher education sector, as 5,000 Indian students are already getting higher education there. States like West Bengal, Uttarakhand, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat have already reached separate agreements with it for higher education sector.

 

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