13 September 2013, Friday, 11:09
author: Galina Bakhshieva
Vinod Ghildiyal, the President of Globe One, Inc (USA) plans to spend at least 10 million dollars on investment project development in Bashkortostan.
It should be mentioned that a business delegation of the USA headed by the President of Globe One, Inc (USA) Vinod Ghildiyal arrived to Bashkortostan on September 7. The trip overall objective is to become acquainted with our republic, to study its potential and to define directions for future investments. The program of staying of the American delegation in Bashkortostan was very intense. For this time the head of Globe One, Inc has had time to meet not only with local authorities and representatives of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Bashkortostan, but also has visited LLC "ЕСМ", «Institute of Petrochemical Processing» RB, has discussed possible variants for cooperation in agriculture, oil refining, mining industry and education sphere.
As Vinod Ghildiyal admitted that he also received the most positive impressions from visiting "Shafranovo" sanatorium in Alsheevsky region.
“I will stay here within a month; I will analyze an investment climate. However I have already made a decision that I will invest in your republic, and in the near future,” the head of American Globe One, Inc marked today at the meeting with journalists. “Certainly, the process of registration of the company will take some time. Till the end of September I plan to finish organizational issues. In October I will come back here again, and in November-December I will start to import equipment.”
Among the most preferable directions the investor has allocated four: petrochemistry, sanatorium-and-spa treatment, cultivation of herbs and a project on foodstuff production.
“Ten million dollars of initial investments is, so called, a conservative sum. In case of successful project implementation I am ready to invest up to 50 million dollars in Bashkortostan,” Vinod Ghildiyal, the former known journalist, the reporter of the White House, the chairman of the National Press Club in Washington, and the present businessman said.