Khattar apprised Suckling that the state government had recently announced its new Enterprises Promotion Policy-2015.
A three-member delegation led by Australian envoy Patrick Suckling today met Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar here, and expressed keen interest in investing in several sectors including agriculture, animal husbandry, tourism, health and education. During the meeting, the High Commissioner of Australia to India told Khattar that the universities of both the countries could exchange technologies for quantity measurement of carotene in cow milk and improving genetic breeding.Khattar apprised Suckling that the state government had recently announced its new Enterprises Promotion Policy-2015. Under the policy, a provision had been made to give special concession for mega investment projects with its key features of further easing the ease-of-doing business and single-window clearance, the CM told the Australian envoy.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Khattar also said Haryana enjoys locational advantage, as the state surrounds national capital Delhi on three sides. He also invited Suckling for an investment summit to be organised in Gurgaon, and presented a copy of the Bhagwad Gita to the members of delegation, according to a release.Stating that India and Australia have many similar sports including cricket, Suckling said, ‘There are ample possibilities to increase cooperation with Haryana in the areas of sports infrastructure, sports medicine and sports psychology.”
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