News ECG: After the conclusion of today’s assembly session, the chief minister of West Bengal spoke to the media. The World Trade Organization will soon construct a branch office in Kolkata, the state’s capital city, he continued. This is already the subject of a signed agreement.
A group from the World Trade Center will visit Kolkata on March 21, the Chief Minister told reporters. In actuality, a contract between the state government and this delegation is expected to be signed. The World Trade Organization is going to establish a branch office in Kolkata based on the MoU.
The existence of the World Trade Center in America offers the possibility of business growth in the region. The state’s chief minister expects that this will make it possible for his state to conduct business both domestically and internationally.
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Kolkata has been picked by the World Trade Center to serve as the capital of East India, according to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. He desired Calcutta to become the eastern Indian commerce route. The action is anticipated to open up the state to commercial growth.
An international trade association is the Global Trade Center Association. Its corporate headquarters are in New York City. In more than 100 countries, there are currently more than 330 World Trade Center branch offices. Across politics and beyond national boundaries, the World Trade Center Association encourages and facilitates global trade.
Members of the World Trade Center have access to all of their services and facilities around the world. These international services include access to temporary office space, access to video conferencing equipment, secretarial and translation services, meeting and club facilities, trade information and education services, exhibition space, and meeting and club facilities.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee made a significant remark on the DA on the same day. He claimed that Rs. 1 lakh, 64,000 crores had been spent by the state government on DA.
He discussed raising the DA by 3% on the day of the Assembly’s state budget session this year. At this point, the state’s elected representatives began displaying their rage. After this statement, the rage among government employees increased rather than subsided.
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