February 2015 \ Business & Investment \ Business
States woo Diaspora

“We must think about how we can rehabilitate those who come back to India and in what way we can make use of their expertise,” Chandy said.

He also said there is need to channelise the remittances sent by Indians for the development of the country. “If properly channelised, NRI remittances can make a significant impact on the states,” Chandy said.

The states held separate concurrent sessions with the diaspora to highlight investment opportunities and discuss any queries.

The event was held in Gandhinagar from January 7 to 9, 2015 to mark the centenary of the return to the country of Mahatma Gandhi from South Africa. It was attended by 4,000 delegates are attending the three-day session.

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