Tamil Nadu lined up 82 industrial projects worth Rs 52,549 crore on Tuesday in a development that is likely to boost its image as an investor-friendly destination. The state has signed a memorandum of understandings with major industry players across sectors, such as including the Dalmia group, Hindustan Unilever, TVS Motors, Adani Enterprises and Larsen & Toubro, to set up manufacturing units and data centres with an investment of Rs 35,208 crore.
The remaining projects worth around Rs 17,341 crore were inaugurated or had foundation stones laid on Tuesday. All these projects are expected to cumulatively create around 92,420 direct jobs. In addition to this, chief minister M K Stalin also launched "Tamil Nadu Fintech Policy 2021", which includes the establishment of a FinTech City in Chennai and Neo-TIDEL Parks in Tier-2 and Tier-3 cities.
A top government said that the top four investments signed today were with Dalmia Group, W
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