Industry body CII today hailed Haryana's new 'Enterprises Promotion Policy 2015' and described it as "progressive one". CII Northern Region Chairman and Somany Ceramics CMD Shreekant Somany said "The focus of the policy is on enhancing the ease of doing business in Haryana and make it an investment hub both domestically and globally, with the aim to ensure the overall socio-economic development of the state".
He added, "CII is pleased to note that a lot of its key recommendations like efforts towards effective single window clearance mechanism focus on development and support to MSMEs, entrepreneurship, skill building and R&D facilitation, rationalisation of labour laws and minimal or no Inspection regime, need for online grievance redressal mechanisms have been considered positively". A statement from the industry body further said, "CII hopes that the Chief Minister led Economic Advisory Council would monitor and speed up the implementation of necessary revisions".
CII Haryana State Council Chairman and Satyam Auto Components Managing Director Sameer Munjal said, "The policy is progressive as it focuses on attracting investments & retaining the existing investments by leveraging its strengths through sustained aggressive promotional strategies complemented by a globally competitive and sustainable business environment".
CII Haryana State Council Vice Chairman and Maruti Suzuki Executive Director Rajeev Gandhi said, "With the government playing the role of a facilitator and a catalyst, the policy will provide an eco-system that encourages the minimum government and maximum governance model of the government".
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