Thangjam Dhabali said B20 could improve Manipur’ economy

Thangjam Dhabali said B20 could improve Manipur' economy

Imphal: Chairman and Managing Director of Babina Healthcare and Hospitality Industries Dr Thangjam Dhabali Singh has said that the Business 20 (B20) conference in Manipur will create business opportunities and boost the economy of the state if the participating countries are interested in investing. have

“The conference has some special focus areas such as healthcare and medical tourism, general tourism and hospitality, information technology and handlooms and handicrafts. And if the participating countries are interested in these sectors for investment or from Manipur Some products are interested in importing, so it will boost the economy of the state,” Dr Dhabali told to Media on the sidelines of the inaugural B20 meeting.
The inaugural session of the historic B20 meetings was held on Friday at the City Convention Center in Imphal East with Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh, Minister of State for External Affairs Dr RK Ranjan Singh, Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Som Prakash.
A pathologist by profession, Dr Dhabali was one of the speakers and spoke on tourism and hospitality opportunities during a plenary session on the first day of the ongoing B20 conference, the G20’s official dialogue forum for the global business community.
He said that the government is a policy maker and it will make policies for the benefit of the business community. “If the foreign representative decides to invest or import products from Manipur, the state government can formulate policies keeping the business community of the state in mind. I am sure that this conference will promote tourism activities through international partnerships. , information technology, handlooms etc. will provide opportunities.
The B20 Conference on Multilateral Business Partnership Opportunities in ICT, Tourism, Healthcare, and Handlooms, which began in Imphal, Australia, Argentina, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Chad, Canada, China, France, Greece, Delegates from 23 countries, representing Iceland, attended. Japan, Nepal, Russia, Seychelles, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, Tunisia, Uganda, USA, and UK.
Hiro Ishida, CEO of Mosaique Pvt Ltd, said that through the conference, they look forward to expanding their business in the region.
“This is my first visit to Manipur and I am here to assess the market to see if I can expand my business here as well,” said Ishida.
According to Ishida, his company uses Japanese technology to develop a subcritical water-waste disposal machine where all waste, including plastic, can go in at the same time. In addition, he is also developing a low-cost prosthetic arm for people with locomotor disabilities using 3D printers and a myoelectric potential system. The company has also developed an AI crop forecasting app.
“We are using the latest technologies and engineering concepts to solve environmental and social problems and create a sustainable economy,” he added.

After the plenary session, there was a B2B and B2G session where the business community interacted with G20 representatives.

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