Central govt mulls Korean township to attract fresh investment

Central govt mulls Korean township to attract fresh investment
27/09/2017 , by , in News/Views

After the Japanese, the government is looking to set up a township for Korean investors following the massive investor interest seen in the Asian giant.

The proposed township may be part of the national manufacturing zones that have been in the making for the past few years. In the past, a Korean investment cluster, on the lines of the one with Japanese companies, was planned in Neemrana.

The government is planning an investor summit for companies from South Korea early next year, where red carpet will be rolled out for companies such as Samsung, LG, Hyundai and TYM, many of which are already in India, said sources. The event will coincide with the Korean president’s visit.

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