Tamil Nadu will end 2020 with a high rating, and the state will sign 74 MoU, attracting an investment of Rs 61,500.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the state has attracted investment, Prime Minister Edapadi K. Paraniwami said in a video conference of senior officials and district collectors to review the state’s pandemic situation.
He later met with medical professionals to discuss the blockade ending December 31st.
Tweet by State Investment Promotion Agency-Guidance Tamil Nadu said: 2020 is one of Tamil Nadu’s most successful years in attracting investment and improving the ease of doing business. “
“With government support, we have taken several initiatives to maintain our reach for existing and new investors and to develop new policies, including those specifically for electronics manufacturing,” Guidance said. Neeraj Mittal, MD and CEO of Tamil Nadu, tweeted.
The state government announced on Monday that all bars operated by Tamil Nadu Marketing Authority (Tasmac), which had been closed since March due to the blockade, will reopen on Tuesday, but with only 50% occupancy.
On May 4, the state government allowed the state (excluding Chennai) to open liquor stores in areas within the limits of the Greater Chennai Police from May 7 and August 18.
New coronavirus case
Meanwhile, the state has reported an additional 1,005 cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of infections in Tamil Nadu to 8,15,175. After the discharge of 1,074 Covid-19 patients, the number of active cases reached 8,867.
There were 11 enrolled deaths and 63,242 samples were tested.
Chennai reported an additional 285 infections, but less than 100 cases were found in all 36 other districts, state health officials said.
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