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South Indian state of Andhra Pradesh is set to get 12 new apparel units which would attract an investment of Rs. 963 crores and create 46,000 jobs in the state. This was announced by K Srikanth Prabhakar, Joint Director in the office of the Commissioner of Handlooms and Textiles.

“These projects will come up in the next one to one-and-a-half years. Four of the units will come up in the Brandix apparel park here, five units in Anantapur district and the remaining in Chittoor district,” he added during an interactive session with entrepreneurs in Visakhapatnam.

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The event was attended by the State and Central Government officials and representatives of the AP Chambers of Commerce and Industries Federation.

 

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