Industries’ Commissioner Manick Raj has expressed interest in associating with the Britain to improve the ease of doing business rankings of the State.
The Commissioner, along with MPhil Owen, Program Director, Regulatory reform in the department of Business Innovation and Skills, Government of UK, chaired a workshop at the office of Industries department here on Wednesday to share the knowledge and experience of Britain in ease of doing business. Ms Rachael Holloway, Aurodeep Nandy, Nalini Raghuraman from the British High Commission, Joint Director of Industries Department S Suresh and State government officials from HMWS&SB, TSIIC, Commercial Tax department, Ground Water, Factories, Fire Services, CCLA, Pollution Control Board, PR, Boilers, Labour, HMDA, TSPDCL and Town & Country Planning took part in the workshop.
Speaking on the occasion, Phil Owen appreciated the Telangana government for proactively working on assessing regulations that pose challenges to investors, which in turn, has led to several reform measures. He said Telangana has the best ecosystem to achieve more progress and closer cooperation between Telangana and Britain in innovation and technology collaboration will propel the State to even greater heights.
Phil Owen said Britain has taken many initiatives to improve delivery of regulatory services with the help of experienced professionals and shared these experiences with the officials of various departments. The regulatory delivery system in Britain works with the businesses to reduce burden, advices governments on delivering regulations and inspections and works with overseas governments to support greater trade opportunities and global prosperity, he added. (NSS)