Telangana, India’s youngest state, is fast making its way to the foremost position to attract foreign investment.
3rd rank in Ease of Doing Business among Indian states.
Investment of +US$11.5bn since new Industrial Policy 2015.
TS-iPASS Act in 2014 to expedite clearances for mega projects.
World's largest studio complex, Ramoji Film City, is in Hyderabad.
Horticulture, sericulture and fisheries are key in Telangana.
US$131.16bn GSDP recorded during fiscal 2018-19.
Hyderabad contributes 30% of India’s pharmaceutical production and 20% of exports, from both Indian and foreign brands.
Hyderabad is home to key defence and aerospace research laboratories, along with large investments by foreign brands.
notified Special Economic Zones (SEZ) in the state have attracted a large number of investors from varied sectors.
Telangana holds vast deposits of coal, iron ore, uranium, limestone and granite and much of it is exported in raw form.
largest contributor to India's IT exports; Hyderabad hosts leading companies - Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Amazon, Apple, etc.
India's largest incubator for next-gen technology-driven startups is headquartered in Hyderabad, Telangana.
Fisheries is a large sustainable sector in the state, with the third-largest pool of inland fisheries resources in the country.
As the Information Technology sector is transforming rapidly with the growth of sub-sectors such as Data Analytics, Gaming & Animation, Social Media etc. it is just a matter of time before these rural centres become centres of development and support for these technologies.
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Telangana and Cisco to cooperate on a host of initiatives, including Smart Cities, Internet of Things, cyber-security, education and digitisation of monuments.
IKEA, the world’s largest furniture brand, has opened its first India store spread across 400,000 sq ft in Hyderabad.
Boeing has tied up with Tata Advanced Systems to build fuselages for AH-64 Apache helicopter in Hyderabad.
Dubai-based Bin Zayed Group has offered to bring investments worth US$2b in Telangana.
Facebook has opened its regional office in Hyderabad.
Hyderabad Pharma City, proposed over more than 5,600 ha of land, to attract investments from a variety of players.
Kakatiya Integrated Mega Textile Park in Warangal, spread over 809 ha, will be India’s largest textile park.
IT clusters at Budvel and IT Incubation Centre in Khammam, Karimnagar and Nizamabad.
Warangal and Karimnagar are the cities identified in Telangana, for development under the Smart Cities Mission.
Three notable industrial corridors are proposed in the state, starting from Hyderabad and spanning over Warangal in Telangana, Nagpur in Maharashtra and Bengaluru in Karnataka.
India has a well-oiled enterprise promoting machinery that is backed by strong legislative, judiciary, executive, and capital establishments