Tamil Nadu continues to hold investment destination tag
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Tamil Nadu continues to hold investment destination tag

Tamil Nadu, a popular investment destination, managed to attract over Rs 1 trillion in investments from various companies in 2022, a year that brought both challenges and opportunities to the southern state. It faced difficulties as a result of various issues such as the Russia-Ukraine conflict or the suspension of production at the nearby US automaker Ford, among others. This year, Tamil Nadu signed memorandums of understanding with over 60 companies, which committed to investing Rs 1.25 trillion and creating approximately 75,000 new jobs.

Chief Minister M K Stalin has been reaching out to investors on a variety of platforms in order to make Tamil Nadu the most appealing investment destination in South Asia and to promote 'Made in Tamil Nadu' products throughout the world. The government also claimed that Tamil Nadu was the only state in the country to experience 'positive growth' during the COVID-19-enforced lockdown, while the rest of the country experienced negative growth.

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Tamil Nadu, a popular investment destination, managed to attract over Rs 1 trillion in investments from various companies in 2022, a year that brought both challenges and opportunities to the southern state. It faced difficulties as a result of various issues such as the Russia-Ukraine conflict or the suspension of production at the nearby US automaker Ford, among others. This year, Tamil Nadu signed memorandums of understanding with over 60 companies, which committed to investing Rs 1.25 trillion and creating approximately 75,000 new jobs. Chief Minister M K Stalin has been reaching out to investors on a variety of platforms in order to make Tamil Nadu the most appealing investment destination in South Asia and to promote 'Made in Tamil Nadu' products throughout the world. The government also claimed that Tamil Nadu was the only state in the country to experience 'positive growth' during the COVID-19-enforced lockdown, while the rest of the country experienced negative growth. Also Read: Housing Minister releases new guidelines for ranking cities NHAI invites bids for 4-laning of road in Karnataka

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