Dr Manu Chandaria
, well-known Kenyan businessman and philanthropist, too underscores the need for confidence building measures on the part of the Indian government.
Dr Manu Chandaria, the chairman and patriarch of the Kenya-based Chandaria group, a family business that operates across 45 countries worldwide, is today more concerned over philanthropy and building value in the social sector in countries where his group runs businesses.
We put in maximum effort in building up the social sector and supporting the building up of communities in countries such as Nigeria, Ghana and Ethiopia, where we have operations," says Dr Chandaria, who is also the chairman of the family`s Chandaria Foundation and a recipient of the Pravasi Samman given by the Indian government.
, too, we employ a large local workforce," says Mr Chandaria
, whose father started the family business in
with a corner store in 1916.
"Besides social service, big businesses can also contribute towards the local economy through building stronger foundations for business and by promoting corporate governance values," says Dr Chandaria
adds that the Indian government and Indian businesses need to put in more efforts to take the ties between