Haryana, due to its steadily growing economy, is considered to be one of the richest states in India. It can be a very lucrative place for investment purposes. Its economic progress can be gauged by per capita income, where Haryana stands in third place compared to all other states in India. In 2006, Haryana's per capita income was approximately US$ 862.90, which was significantly higher than the national per capita income average of...
Haryana is located in the Kuru region of Northern India with New Delhi as its neighbor that gives it its suitability as an investment haven; its capital is Chandigarh. Haryana’s economy largely depends on agriculture with about 70% of its population practicing farming and wheat and rice are its major crops. It is ranked third in India amongst the top industrialized states in per capita value addition and the sixth in the register of Industrial...

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