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January 14th, 2007

An exciting growth story: Gujarat is richer by Rs 4.5 lakh crore

Abstract:
"Investment in infrastructure will be a key to draw more investment. Big investment in the manufacturing and engineering sectors has great employment potential." "Investment in HRD will lay a strong foundation for the youth to build their future," said Modi.

He highlighted that research centres in areas such as nanotechnology, biotechnology, medical sciences, pharmaceuticals would help create a strong knowledge base in the state.

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