International Investment Zone Of Rajasthan
Rajasthan has developed special investments zones for the fast growth of Industrires. 1167 acres of Japanese Investments Zone in Neemarana. Alwar already established and Korean investment Zone of 250 acres in Ghiloth, Alwar is being established. These zones has some major companies like Dalkin, Dainichi, Mitsui Chemicals, Beltecno, Imasen, Mytex Polymers, Nisin, Toyoda Gosei, Nippon Expess and TPR.
The Rajasthan Government is taking all possible measures to make the state an important investment destination in the country, a top official said.
Additional chief secretary (industries) Sunil Arora, who met representatives of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) here, said the government would the growth of business in the state.
An industry delegation was led by newly-elected chairman of CII northern region jayant Davar. Senior state government officials from industry and energy departments were also present at the meeting.
During the meeting, Arora, who is also the chairman of the Rajasthan State Industrial Development and Investment Corp (RIICO), said the government has taken a number of steps to make doing business easier and promote investments.
He pointed out that a big portion of $100 billion Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project would pass through Rajasthan. “This offers a lot of opportunities for development of industries in the state.” A state released by RIICO quoted Arora as saying.
CII representatives appreciated the state government’s initiatives to attract investments and make doing business easier.
Davar said the single window clearance policy introduced by the government would help attract investments.