The Goa government will ensure that investment proposals get cleared within 30 days of their submission, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant said on Thursday. Speaking at the inauguration of the three-day 'Vibrant Goa Global Expo and Summit' here, Sawant told the delegates that the government has established Investment Promotion Board (IPB) to facilitate investment here.
Around 2,000 national and 500 international delegates from 54 countries are participating in the event. "I can assure the international delegates who wish to invest in Goa that their proposals would be cleared within 30 days of submission," he said, adding that the IPB will provide single-window clearance to all the investors.
The chief minister said Goa has a network of 20 industrial estates and the environment in the state was conducive for business.
"We are keen on improving our performance in hospitality, tourism, information technology services and agro industries," he said. Sawant said the focus of the summit is inclusive development in key areas such as innovation, sustainability, technology, youth and skill development.
"The main objective of this event is to boost business in the state by providing a platform for investors to connect with Goan businesses," he said. The chief minister added that the state was in the process of drafting an export policy.
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