Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu has emerged to be the third-largest state in India in terms of their economy. Presently, Tamil Nadu has a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of more than US$23 billion at the official exchange rate. Based on the Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) method, its GDP is US$100 billion. Over the years, Tamil Nadu has maintained the average economical growth of approximately 6–7%, which is well above the average for all of India.   Tamil Nadu has...
  1. Ports:   Tamil Nadu has numerous ports of which 3 major ports are located at Chennai, Ennore, and Tuticorin. A desalination plant, to be set up in Chennai, is supposed to enhance the existing availability.   2. Railways:   Tamil Nadu has an extensive railway network of 4,180 km with a density of 32.2 km per 1,000 sq km.   3. Airways:   Tamil Nadu has the third largest airport in India.  The city of...
 1. Biotechnology:   Tamil Nadu has plenty of bioresources. Various geographical terrains in the state offer tremendous biodiversity to the state. Investment opportunities exist with different biotechnology segments, namely (i) Medical/Healthcare, (ii) Food, (iii) Agriculture, (iv) Environment, and (v) Industrial Products.   2. Software and Electronics:   Tamil Nadu has recorded significant growth in IT, BPO, ITES, and BPO...
Tamil Nadu is an Indian state that lies in the southern part of the Indian Peninsula and is bordered by Pondicherry, Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh.  It’s the fifth largest contributor to India’s GDP and the most urbanized state in the country with the highest number of Business enterprises, pegged at 10.56%, compared to the overall population share of 6%. With Chennai as its capital, Tamil Nadu is the seventh most populous state...

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