China has evinced keen interest in investing in Haryana in the fields of industrial infrastructure, steel industry, electronic and automobile projects. These views were expressed by a delegation from Hubei Province of China, led by the Vice-Governor, Wang Xiaodong, which called on chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar. Lauding the state government for its achievement in the ease of doing business, in which Haryana is placed at second spot, Xiaodong said Haryana had emerged as one of the most preferred investment destinations for them in India. Chinese entrepreneurs, especially from Hubei, are getting more opportunities with the change of policies for the flourishing industrial and investment sector in Haryana, he said in Delhi after meeting Khattar, an official release said here. The chief minister told the delegation that the state government had implemented various new provisions with regard to the industrial policy to attract foreign investment in the state. Principal Resident Commissioner, New Delhi, Anand Mohan Sharan; Managing Director, Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation, Raj Shekhar Vundru; Chairman, Foreign Investment and NRI Cell, Ashwin Johar; Director, Industries, Ashok Sangwan; and members of the Chinese delegation were also present at the meeting.
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