Seeking to attract investment in the state, Himachal Pradesh chief minister Jai Ram Thakur on Thursday met top industrialists from leading industrial houses in sectors like tourism and hospitality, renewable energy, healthcare, manufacturing and engineering goods, education, skill development and food processing.
The meeting was facilitated by Confederation of Indian Industries (CII), which is the national partner for the global investor’s meet being held in June at Dharamshala.
The chief minister informed the industrialists about the investor friendly policies of state government. He said the state has a peaceful atmosphere, good law and order conditions and speedy approval according mechanism evolved by industries department.
He welcomed the investors to the state and assured them of providing all possible assistance with respect to land availability, good power supply and speedy approvals. Read More
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