Resort sets up committee to fill local govt void

JAG, SRI | Jan 1, 2014 : “The State Bank of India (SBI) is set to induct a committee of top economists to evaluate the state of business in the state, a senior banker said on Wednesday. The move is likely to take a long time as the government will soon be given the mandate to decide what to do about various issues, Mr. B.T. Raghuraj told reporters here. The committee will study the economic development trajectory of the state. The task will be completed in about three weeks, he said. “There will be two-person panel on business model and a larger one with other experts and members will be invited,” he said.”

“State Bank of India (SBI) is set to induct a committee of top economists to evaluate the state of business in the state, a senior banker said on Wednesday. The move is likely to take a long time as the government will soon be given the mandate to decide what to do about various issues, Mr. B.T. Raghuraj told reporters here. The committee will study the economic development trajectory of the state. The task will be completed 우리카지노in about three weeks, he said. “There will be two-person panel on business model and a larger one with other experts and members will be invited,” he said.”

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