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United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday met Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa and discused upon various infrastructural development to be executed in Tamilnadu by facilitating investments from US Companies.
Referring to Tamil Nadu's plan for establishing 10 solar energy parks of 300 MW each at an estimated investment of $9 billion, the Chief Minister told Ms. Clinton that the two governments could work
together to facilitate investment from U.S. companies. She also explained how the governments could join hands in areas such as road infrastructure, development of vocational training institutes and upgrading the Industrial Training Institutes.
Ms. Clinton informed the Chief Minister that the Overseas Private Investment Corporation of the U.S. had many opportunities for investments in Tamil Nadu. She expressed her desire for a
State-to-State programme between Tamil Nadu and the States in U.S. for various industrial and economic programmes.
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