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SRF Group evinces interest in chemical SEZ in Andhra Pradesh

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The top officials of the Andhra Pradesh Industrial development departments made a detailed presentation and held meetings with the executives of the company.

Hyderabad , July 5

The Delhi-based, SRF Group has expressed interest in developing a world-class multi-product, special economic zone (SEZ), focused on the chemical industry in Andhra Pradesh.

Top officials of the Andhra Pradesh Industrial development departments made a detailed presentation and held meetings with the executives of the company, including Mr Ashish Bharat Ram, President and Executive Director of SRF Ltd.

Welcoming the initiatives taken by the State Government to make Andhra Pradesh a preferred destination for investments and industrial growth, Mr Ashish Bharat Ram said the company has a clear vision of developing a multi-product facility focused on chemical sector and the State looked like offering the right opportunity to make it a reality.

In a press release, SRF and the State Government said further discussions would be held and a concrete shaped given to the project in the next few weeks.

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