Jaipur: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on Monday urged Japanese companies to invest in the state.
As a delegation of Kansai Economic Federation, one of Japan's representative economic organizations, called on her, Raje told them that her state offers potential and scope in automobile, ceramic, solar, water recycling, waste management and skill development besides other sectors and invited the Japanese companies to invest in these.
"Rajasthan and Japan have deep commercial and trade relations and Resurgent Partnership Summit to be held in November will further help to strengthen these trade relations," she said.
Resurgent Rajasthan Partnership Summit to be held in Jaipur on November 19-20 is expected to bring together investors from all over the world for interacting with policy makers, including the political leadership, government officials and, local business leaders on the investment environment and opportunities in the state.
Raje, who had visited Japan earlier this year to drum up investment said that her visit "was very fruitful and slowly-slowly we are seeing encouraging results".
Masayuki Matsushita, vice chairman of Kansai Economic Federation said that the Japanese delegation has come here to study investment opportunities in the state, which can benefit from expertise of Japanese companies in waste disposal, watere management and green energy.
- Input: IANS