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Bengal Chamber starts 'MSME Udyog' to guide MSMEs

India Blooms News Service | 29 Oct 2014, 03:57 am
Kolkata, Oct 28 (IBNS): The Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry on Tuesday stated that it is imperative for the medium and small-scale industries to flourish in order for the state of West Bengal to reach its full potential.
“MSMEs are the current future of the state, and we must find a way for them to flourish alongside the larger and more established industries,” said Alok Roy, the Chamber’s newly-elected president.
 
To take forward this issue, the Chamber has started the ‘MSME Udyog’, under which it will provide general guidance to all manner of small and medium-scale industries.  
 
Roy also said that the vast number of MSME clusters which were being planned would give a tremendous boost to Bengal’s economy.
 
Ambarish Dasgupta, the Chamber’s President-Designate, stated that the Chamber was planning to project Kolkata as a ‘city of analytics’. 
 
He called for a boost from the government as well as the various chambers of commerce, so that analytical companies are encouraged to set up headquarters here.

Bengal Chamber starts 'MSME Udyog' to guide MSMEs

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