Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani Sunday said 28,360 Memorandums of Understanding were signed during the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit 2019 and it was expected to generate over 21 lakh jobs.
The President thanked the government of the Czech Republic for hosting the "Czech Make in India" pavilion at the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit 2019 in Gandhinagar.
These investors represented a variety of sectors in manufacturing ranging from textiles and apparel, chemicals and petrochemicals, food processing and downstream industries in metals, among others.
Torrent group will invest Rs 10,000 crore in renewable energy, power and gas distribution businesses in Gujarat, its Chairman Sudhir Mehta said on Friday.
Speaking at the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit, Birla said, up until now the group's investments in Gujarat "are of over Rs 30,000 crore and counting".
Modi said his government is focused on removing the barriers which were preventing the country from achieving its potential and will continue with the pace of reforms and deregulation.
Japanese auto maker Suzuki Motor Corporation Friday said it will commission its third plant at Gujarat by 2020 and will aggressively introduce new hybrid vehicles in India with technical support from Toyota.
India's richest person Mukesh Ambani Friday committed to investing Rs 3 lakh crore in various projects in the next 10 years in Gujarat, that may range from energy and petrochemical to new technology and digital business.
Tata Group Chairman says they plan to invest in lithium-ion battery manufacturing in Gujarat. He also says Tata Chemicals is looking to enhance its soda ash capacity..
Billionaire Gautam Adani Friday announced over Rs 55,000 crore investment in next five years in a clutch of projects in Gujarat including the world's largest solar park, a copper plant, a cement unit, and a lithium battery manufacturing complex.
Reliance Industries Chairman and Managing Director Mukesh Ambani Friday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take steps against 'data colonisation', especially by global corporations, stating that Indian data must be owned by Indians.
What started as a Summit to ‘re-establish Gujarat as an Investment Destination’ back in 2003, Vibrant Gujarat has now evolved into a global networking platform for brainstorming on agendas of global socio-economic development.