Angul (Odisha) 20/1/18;A visiting high-level delegation from Italy has evinced interest in investing at the aluminium downstream park at Angul (Odisha). The cluster spreading 240 acres, is being developed jointly by National Aluminium Company (Nalco) and state-owned Odisha Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation (Idco). The delegation led by the Consul General of Italy comprised Italian Aluminium Association, chief executive officers and senior executives of different Italian organisations. They held talks with senior Nalco executives and officials of the Odisha government at the seminar on ‘Indo-Italian Metal Hub’ organised by the Aluminium Association of India (AAI). Damiano Francovigh, Italian Consul General in India stressed on an improvement of bilateral relations between India and Italy, saying, “Strengthening economic cooperation between India and Eastern India will go a long way in improving relations between Italy and India. The Indo-Italian Metal Hub seminar titled ‘Aluminium Age’ is also an effort in that direction’’, he said.
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