Khattar woos Canadian investors, invites them to ‘Happening Haryana’

Chandigarh, Aug 24 (IANS) Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has urged investors in Canada to make investments in sectors like solar power, medi-care, services and other sectors in his state.

Addressing an interactive session with members of the Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce in Toronto, Khattar invited the Canadian investors to the “Happening Haryana” conclave being held in the state early next year, an official release said.

“Realising fully well that business and trade need a favourable environment to grow, the Haryana government has pulled all stops to prepare the pitch for industry in its new industrial policy,” said Khattar, who is on a nine-day visit to US and Canada with a 32-member delegation.

“Our ultimate goal is to create maximum employment opportunities for the youth of the state. Haryana is fast growing and it would continue to march ahead. Your contribution is required to maintain and accelerate this pace.

“We have created a congenial environment for entrepreneurs to invest in Haryana. If there is any scope for improvement, things will be reviewed and revised every quarter,” Khattar said, highlighting the state’s “New Enterprise Promotion Policy 2015”.

“Reflecting our commitment to putting the state in high-growth orbit and building a strong and vibrant industrial economy, the policy aims at easing further the ease-of-doing business; giving a fillip to the existing units; and taking industry to the hinterland,” he said.

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