JHARKHAND INDUSTRIAL POLICY 2012
OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI)
(a) Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is one of
the key indicators for determining the attractiveness of a destination.
This is also an important way of transmitting skills, knowledge and
technology to the State and an important driver of industrial performance.
In view of the
above, it is proposed to enter into technological collaboration with
overseas corporate bodies / multinational companies / NRIs for foreign
investment and latest technologies in selected sectors, such as
infrastructure, power, mineral development, food processing, biotechnology,
non-conventional energy etc. on mutually advantageous basis. Overriding
priority shall be given to such investors.
Efforts will be made
to institutionalize it for needs assessment and road mapping of FDI’s and
to provide special care in timely clearances.
(b) In order to promote FDI, the State
Government has proposed to set up NRI cell both at National Capital and
Ranchi which will work as interactive platform and facilitate NRI / PIO
investors in setting up industries in the State. It will also help in the
redressal of their grievances. It may also extend support to other
enterprises of the State by facilitating their import-export with the help
of NRIs / PIOs.
(c) The State Government proposes to organise investors meet in
India and abroad in association with Overseas Indian Facilitation Centre
(OIFC) and other organisations. Efforts will also be made to facilitate the
visits of investors, entrepreneurs and Govt. officials for participation in
major trade fairs / investors meet organised within or outside the Country
under the auspices of Government of India and its organisations and