Microsoft to open new Campus in Uttar Pradesh's Noida
China's image is destroyed due to corona all over the world. On the other hand, after the India-China border dispute, now many foreign companies have pulled back from investing in China.
Lucknow: China's image is destroyed due to corona all over the world. On the other hand, after the India-China border dispute, now many foreign companies have pulled back from investing in China. In such a situation, India's leading state Uttar Pradesh has become a new destination for foreign companies to invest. Where companies see a new opportunity.
Microsoft to open its campus in Greater Noida:
On Monday, Minister of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Siddharth Nath Singh said that well-known foreign companies have now started looking towards Uttar Pradesh. Information technology and software giant Microsoft will now open its campus in Greater Noida.
Microsoft India's decision to open its campus in Greater Noida affirms the Yogi government's efforts to bring foreign investment into the state. The software giant will open a campus with a capacity of 4000 employees in Greater Noida.
Giving information about this decision of Microsoft India, Siddharth Nath Singh said that the company has talked to the Uttar Pradesh government to open its campus in Greater Noida. He said, 'I assured Microsoft India that it would be welcomed at Red Carpet.'
MSME Minister Singh had a virtual meeting with Microsoft India MD Rajiv Kumar. The opening of the campus was discussed in detail in this important meeting. The company will soon visit the site in Greater Noida to open the campus.
Singh said that the government will not allow any kind of hindrance in Microsoft's campus opening. Singh said, "The government has already said that the government will make the road easier for entrepreneurs willing to invest in the state." The government is committed to providing land within a radius of one kilometer on both sides of the expressway to the entrepreneurs.
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