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C713X0179H_2013資料照片_N71_copy1Plans are afoot to revive Bihar’s economy with Chinese investments in industry, technology and tourism. Located in East India, Bihar is a state which has one of the highest populations and until recently has depended highly on agriculture. Nike Air Max Heren However as the state aspires to rise up, the local government is keen on attract investments based on her rich historic past. Bihar, is known as the original site of the first recorded activities of Siddhartha, or Buddha, that once made it the center of the Maurya Empire of India in the 3rd century BC and was visited by pilgrims from China and other countries some 1,500 years ago. Similar to Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, one of India’s largest states in Central India is also following suit. Nike Air Max 2017 Heren Goedkoop The local government is keen to attract Chinese investments to Sanchi University and help raise it to the status of Nalanda University, where Chinese monk Xuan Zhang once studied. Air Max 2015 Wit Goedkoop By attracting Chinese investments due to their historic significance, Indian states are keen to uplift their economies and drive ailing infrastructure in the state. Nike Free TR Fit Goedkoop Despite their rich cultural heritage, the area has remained poor and underdeveloped, however the local governments are toying with the idea of replicating Industrial parks along the lines of those created in China to boost development in industry. Nike Air Max 90 Honeycomb Dame The plan therefore, say industry experts is to attract investments in lieu of Buddhist tourism which is lucrative in the East, and keep the money in India by transforming the traditional agricultural states to industrial towns. Air Max 2016 Heren Goedkoop This they believe will not only bring prosperity to the region, but will create jobs and raise standard of living. New technology will improve efficiencies and the large consumer bases will be a boon for companies. To promote the tourism to technology development model in both Bihar and Madhya Pradesh, both governments recently invited a delegation from the Chinese Embassy to visit the historic sites and offer their opinion.

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