CII’s Conference on Manufacturing

Explore, Innovate Collaborate

Digitization and online records are priority and the roadmap with fixed timelines has been made. All services will be available online in a transparent manner” said Capt Abhimanyu, Minister, Finance, Industry & Commerce Government of Haryana while addressing CII’s Conference on Manufacturing ‘Explore, Innovate Collaborate’ in Gurgaon on 14 May 2015.

He said that the industrial policy will encompass structural and procedural reforms for strengthening industrial growth in Haryana and the government is committed to deliver on vital scales of ease of doing business scale.
The minister lauded CII for taking up cause of both industry and society. He acknowledged the dip the manufacturing sector has faced and ensured that government is ensuring initiatives to galvanize the sector. The industrial policy will encompass structural and procedural reforms and the government is committed to deliver on vital scales of ease of doing business scale.

He emphasized that there is a dire need to cleanse the system of governance in the state and they are committed to bring transparency with minimum government.

Mr Rajiv Gandhi, Vice Chairman, CII Haryana State Council & Executive Director – Plant, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd said that With our Hon’ble Prime Minister’s Focus on “Make In India”, India is all set to become a global hub in manufacturing in times sooner than later. The manufacturing sector has seen signs of revival in the last 2 quarters after a decline for past couple of years.

We are glad that government has positively accepted the recommendations submitted by CII for the policy; especially the labour reforms in acts like Industrial disputes act, factories act etc, Single window system, strengthening MSMEs through cluster development, district level grievance redressal body and promotion of use of non conventional sources of energy like solar energy

Mr Gaurang Pandya, President, Building & Industrial Systems- India Region, United Technologies India Pvt Ltd said that there is a need to focus on priority reforms and work on them with fixed timelines. Ease of doing business is essential for bringing investments to the state and reforms like implementing GST will add lot of value as an investment destination. Industry and government needs to work together to ensure overall development of the state. He also said that Transparent Labour machinery will play essential role in attracting investments in the state.

He added that economic environment in China is declining and global opportunity in India is hence increasing.

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