Chandigarh, Jun 26 (UNI) Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today offered land to world renowned DELTA Company of Thailand at Industrial Township, Bahadurgarh and IMT Rohtak for expansion of the company in the state.
The Chief Minister made the offer while interacting with a Thai Delegation led by Mr Tharadol Thongruang, Counsellor (Commercial), Royal Thai Embassy and Executive of DELTA Company, Mr Piyasak.
Mr Hooda told the delegation that Haryana had made a conducive and congenial environment in the state for the smooth growth of the industries and it was the only reason that a number of multinational companies had made Haryana a preferred destination and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) of Rs 35,000 crore had been made during last three years.
He said that 70 per cent investment of Japanese companies had been made in the state, especially in Gurgaon.
The Chief Minister said a number of companies, included Somany Pilkington, Yokohama Tyres, Relaxo, Parle, Hindustan Glass and Sanitary Ware had invested at Bahadurgarh.
Similarly, Asian Paints would invest a sum of Rs 895 crore at Rohtak to set up world's largest paint manufacturing unit. Hesaid that a proposal to set up gem and jewellery park in IMT Rohtak had also been approved.
Mr Hooda apprised the delegation that three new cities around the Delhi were coming up within next two or three years.
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