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China Interest in India Market
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China Interest in India Market

The north Indian state of Haryana recently hosted an investors’ summit themed ‘Happening Haryana’ at Gurgaon, a suburb of the national capital New Delhi, PTI reported. Haryana has been reasonably successful in attracting foreign direct investment from countries including South Korea, Japan and the US. Gurgaon is known internationally, as it is home to a number of multinational corporations which have back office operations in IT. In his address to the summit, Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said China of late has evinced interest in investing in a number of areas, with Chinese companies showing enthusiasm for investing in industrial parks and infrastructure projects like smart cities.

 

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