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Ultra Tech Cement to invest Rs. 5,000 cr in Uttarakhand.
Ultra Tech Cement, an Aditya Birla group company, has announced plans to set up two cement plants entailing investments of over Rs. 5000 crore.

This is being considered as the biggest investment by any company in the hill state so far.

"Ultra Tech Cement is going to set up two cement plants – one at Tyuni in Dehradun district and another at Someshwar in Almora district," said Additional Chief Secretary Rakesh Sharma. The Rs. 5000 crore investment by the company will be in a phased manner.

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