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10 EXPORT GUIDANCE CENTRES TO BE SET UP IN TAMIL NADU

Published: September 8, 2022
Author: DIGITAL MEDIA EXECUTIVE

T.M. Anbarasan, the Minister for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises said that the State government would set up export guidance centers at 10 places including Karur.

Speaking at the 13th conference of the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) here on Saturday, he said that Tiruppur, Madurai, Ambur, Thoothukudi, Pollachi, Kancheepuram, Chennai, Coimbatore and Hosur were some of the other areas where the export guidance centers would come up. Exporters, traders and industrialists could get input about the export opportunities and demands for various products in foreign countries. They could also get input about the availability of raw materials from foreign countries. The centers were ultimately aimed at improving the share of exports from Tamil Nadu, which currently stood at 9.25%.

Mr. Anbarasan said that just 16 companies had established their units at the industrial estate for textiles at Punjaikalakurichi. Eighty-four plots out of 100 plots had not been sold out. Selling of the plots to other entrepreneurs besides textile promoters was under contemplation, he said.

  1. SenthilBalaji, Minister for Electricity, said the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises had been the playing an role in the industrial map of the State. The State government had taken a number of steps to ensure hassle-free supply of electricity at affordable rate.

Collector T. Prabhu Shankar; B. Maheswari, Special Secretary, MSME; Sathiyagam Arya, CII Tamil Nadu State Council president; Ramesh Babu, Managing Directory, Karur Vysya Bank (KVB); Sudhakar Vaithiayalingam, Chairman; CII Tamil Nadu State MSME panel, and K. Vengatesan, Chairman, CII, Karur, took part.

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