MoI UM pays tours to steel, pharmaceutical, textile factories in India

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Union Minister Dr Charlie Than (2R) seen during his observation tours in India.

On 17 January, the Myanmar delegation led by Union Minister for Industry Dr Charlie Than visited the Durgapur Steel Plant by car from Kolkata.
Director Mr BP Singh explained the information about the Durgapur steel plant, the construction of the Durgapur plant and its annual growth, the fact that as the plant produces more than two million tonnes of steel per year, India produces more than 100 million tonnes of steel per year and is the second largest producer of steel in the world. When the Union minister enquired about the availability of raw materials (scrap) needed for the factory and the training and development of human resources, Mr BP Singh answered in detail.
Then, the Union minister exchanged souvenirs after touring the interior of Blast Furnaces that produce Liquid Steel, the production of Square Steel Billet and Rectangular Bloom through Liquid Steel Converter, the output of train iron wheels and other wheels, the production of Structural Steel for construction at the Section Mill. In the evening, the Union minister attended a dinner hosted by West Bengal business people in Kolkata and explained in detail the information that the businessmen asked.
On the morning of 18 January, the Union minister met officials from the Bengal State Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Kolkata and exchanged views on issues such as joint ventures in medical treatment, solar installation, sending scholars, maintenance services for automatic control systems, transport, and assistance in steel production. In the afternoon, the Myanmar delegation led by the Union minister arrived on a flight from Kolkata to Ahmedabad and was greeted by the state security chief.
On the morning of 19 January, the Union minister, with his Myanmar delegation, visited Intas Pharmaceuticals Ltd in Ahmedabad City. Upon arrival, the officials explained the implementation of the work. When the Union minister and the delegation members asked what they wanted to know, the officials answered in detail. In the evening, the Union minister met Gujarat’s Chambers of Commerce and Industry officials and exchanged views, including negotiation for bilateral trade with Indian industrialists investing in Myanmar.
On the morning of 20 January, the Myanmar delegation led by Union Minister Dr Charlie Than arrived at the Arvind textile factory in Gujarat State, where the person in charge of the factory explained the implementation of the business. Then, the Union minister and the delegation toured and observed the stages of the textile manufacturing process, followed by an explanation from the officials.
In the afternoon, the delegation left Ahmedabad, Gujarat State, Republic of India, and arrived back in Yangon yesterday morning. — MNA/TKO

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