Korean electronics firms looking to exit China are keen to invest in UP

State assure responds full support to Korean enterprises setting up base in UP, is planning a logistics park for which the standing policy will be revised

The building no. 20 in Raheja Mindspace IT Park Hyderabad evacuated on Wednesday after an DSM employee tested Covid positive | Dasarath Reddy

Last month, chief minister Adityanath had directed officials to prepare the post-covid economic strategy, including attracting investment from the leading industrialised nations. | Representative Image

Korean industrialists have expressed interest in investing in Uttar Pradesh amid reports that companies with investments in China are exploring the possibility of moving out of that country following the

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First Published: May 2 2020 | 3:14 PM IST

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