OPPO Shows Interest To Invest Rs 1000 Cr
Mobile Manufacturer Discusses Proposal with CM
CM’s China tour this time is once again proving to be a Déjà Vu of the past. Investors are thronging, submitting their proposals and showing interest to set up their base in Andhra Pradesh.
OPPO mobile manufacturers made it a point to have a detailed meeting with Mr Naidu about their upcoming plans.
Soon after the breakfast meeting, the Chief Minister held a bilateral meeting with Mr. Eric, Vice President, Mobile Manufacturing Director OPPO. Mr. Eric was accompanied by Speter, Logistics Department and Jone Managing Director from OPPO Mobile Manufacturers.
The OPPO executives showed interest to invest Rs 1000 crores which would create employment to 25,000 people.
To this effect, the Chief Minister asked OPPO team to come up with a detailed proposal.
As of now, OPPO has one manufacturing facility at Noida, India. The Chief Minister mentioned to the executives from OPPO about the growing hardware demands in India.
“We are pioneers in information technology usage in governance.” the Chief Minister said.
He also explained the executives about the CM’s Dash Board and how real time updates are uploaded for transparent monitoring.
“Our government is going in an innovative way. We are using technology to get information on a real time basis. We are going for big data and Internet of Things (IOT),”said the Chief Minister.
AP provides incentives for new business proposals, single desk policy for fast clearances and the state is the best in ease of doing business added the CM.
“We have skilled and hardworking manpower in AP. AP is the one stop place for good human resources,” he said. The company will visit Andhra Pradesh in the month of July to scout for land.