March 2020 \ Business & Investment \ BUSINESS AND GOVERNANCE
J&K readying for investments to spur growth

Jammu and Kashmir is no longer ...

By Sharon Thambala & Fakir Balaji

Assuring prospective investors of a very good industrial ecosystem, the adviser said that besides natural and human resources, the UT had a talent pool of IT professionals, apple concentrate plants and steel mills of high quality on par with global best. “In addition to 6,000-acre land bank, we have developed industrial estates, and ensure salubrious climate, skilled workforce, educated youths, quality power, clean water, fresh air, flora and most hospitable people to make investors feel at home,” Sharma added.