Amaravati (Andhra Pradesh), Nov 01 (ANI): Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu, on Tuesday met delegates of Australian LNG major Woodside Energy Ltd, which showed keen interest to invest in the state. The company showed interest to be a partner in construction of LNG terminal and re-gasification unit. The CM welcomed the company’s interest and clarified that the Government will not guarantee any buy back. He further informed that gas grid will be set up in the state. Meanwhile, CM Naidu also met a delegation of members of the Thai Embassy and multi-billion dollar company, CP Group. The CP Group proposed to explore various sectors in Andhra Pradesh. The firm is interested to set up a Mega Park for integrated agro processing, horticulture and also proposed to collaborate with the state Government to train 3,000 students every year in the fields of entrepreneurship and communication. Thai Ambassador to India, Chutinhorn Sam Gongsakdi, also met Naidu here. During the meeting, CM Naidu explained the success of Andhra farmers in becoming top exporters in aquaculture, and a potential hub for horticulture. “The climate of the state is optimum for agriculture, and we have good natural resources to practise all allied sectors. Our people are also extremely enterprising and creative and are strong in IT and medicine”, he said.
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