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Monday, February 21, 2011

Japan’s Panasonic plans to invest Rs1,000 crore in Jhajjar


According to recent reports, the Japan-based electronics major company Panasonic has expressed its desire to set-up its first “Eco Idea factory” in India at Dadritoi village of Haryana’s Jhajjar district with the total investment plan of around Rs1,000 crore.

Further, the new plant will be spread in a total area of almost 76 acers and its foundation stone will be laid on February 23.

The declaration was made by an official here.

While talking to media, a company official said, “The Factory will start production within one year.”

Rohtak MP Deepender Singh Hooda said, “The new Industrial and Investment policy 2011 of the state government has been implemented to make sure holistic industrial development.”

According to him, the region will b developing as a power hub, a world level medical institute, AIIMA-II, was being established at Badsa village in the same district.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

welcome to Haryana......

Anonymous said...

nice bolg good luck

Anonymous said...

Now, the good time start for our city...am so happy, we can get new chances for jobs now....Thanks Panasonic and Our local government..