In it’s bid to invite investments in Haryana, Chief Minister of state, Manohar Lal Khattar is on a two nation visit to Singapore and Hong Kong from May 21 to 25, 2017. Also, a global investors summit would be organised in the State in January 2018. The Chief Minister mentioned that the investors would be encouraged to invest in the state. More foreign investment would lead to rapid development of Haryana as well as of the country and ample employment opportunities would be generated for the youth.
The Chief Minister said his government had implemented an industrial policy for investors so that they might not face any difficulty in setting up of their ventures in the state. In terms of ease of doing business, the ranking of Haryana has gone up from fifteenth to sixth place. This improved ranking is the result of congenial atmosphere created for investors. Mr Lal said investors’ summit was organised to seek more investment in the state. In this summit, investment of about Rs six lakh crore was promised.
Another such investors’ summit would be organised in January 2018. One roof system has been set up under Haryana Enterprises Promotion Centre where all clearances related to setting up of industries are provided in maximum 45 days. This system has immensely benefitted the investors and would continue in future, he added.