Reliance Industries will invest Rs 5,000 cr in West Bengal in the next three years for the expansion of its petroleum outlets in the state, according to chairman Mukesh Ambani of the company. This comes over and above the investments that the company will make towards strengthening its optical fibre network in the state, and its proposed electronics manufacturing facility for mobile phones, set-top boxes and television sets. Mukesh Ambani’s investment commitment came as the biggest takeaway of the Rs 17,000 crore proposals that West Bengal received during the first day of the Bengal Global Business Summit in Kolkata. The move is indeed a big business opportunity for the signage companies having the knack of in-store branding and graphics projects.
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