Madhes Province industrial conclave concludes

Director of Annapurna Vegetables Products Birendra Kumar Sanghai receives an award from Madhesh Province Chief Minister Lalbabu Raut during Industrial Conclave jointly organised by Madhesh Province government, Confederation of Nepalese Industries (CNI) and UKaid Skills for Employment Programme Nepal in Simara of Bara district, on Tuesday, August 2, 2022. British Ambassador to Nepal Nicola Pollitt, provincial ministers and various stakeholders of CNI attended the conclave. Photo: Triveni Group/Facebook

BIRGUNJ: An industrial conclave organised by the Madhes Province in Bara district concluded on Wednesday with a nine-point recommendation in a bid to build environment conducive to economic growth. The conference was held at Simara.

In the event organised with the coordination of the Confederation of Nepalese Industries (CNI), Skill project and UKaid, the private sectors and industrialists furnished nine-point suggestions to the government.

The industrialists have said the economic activities increased in the province of late should be promoted, and the atmosphere for registration and operation of the industry should be made friendly. They suggested the provincial government introduce the Madhes Industrial Management Act.

According to them, one-door system established at Birgunj needs to be more convenient; industry registration has to be automated and digitalised while industries have to be categorised based on capital.

A separate mechanism in the federal and provincial governments for non-tax gains and determination of industries’ CSR are other points in the recommendation.

On the occasion, Chief Minister Lalbabu Raut received the recommendation and vowed that the provincial government would pay heed to industrialists’ views and recommendations.

Province ministers, secretaries and around 100 industrialists of the province attended the industrial conclave.


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