CHANDIGARH: Since 2005, Haryana gas bagged investments of close to Rs 61,000 crore, including FDI of Rs 9,629 crore and the state have investments proposals worth Rs 97,000 crore in the pipeline.
The information was released in a review meeting of Industries and Commerce Department presided over by the Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda here today.
Haryana is considered as one of the most industrialised states in the country and a leading producers of cranes, excavators, passenger cars, motorcycles and tractors.
Besides, the state is also leading in terms of IT exports that have touched the Rs 23,000 crore mark.
During 20101-11, the total exports from Haryana had crossed Rs 48,500 crore.
Moreover, the state had also industrial base having 1,359 large and medium units and about 82,000 small scale units. Gurgaon accounts for 4 per cent of the world IT- BPO manpower.
The Chief Minister has also directed to develop more industrial clusters in the state in endevours to increase in the number of industrial clusters in the state for facilitating the growth of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs).