With a Net Domestic Product of over US$ 7 billion in 2003-04, Haryana's economy is the thirteenth largest in the country. Geographically one of the smallest states in India, covering an area of 1.37 per cent, Haryana has locational advantage being situated in the National Capital Region (NCR), a prominent trade and consumption centre.

Key highlights of the state include:
  • Fourth highest per capita income in the country
  • Leading producer of automobiles and automotive components
  • Third largest exporter of software, one of the preferred destinations for IT/ITES facilities
  • Among the leading producers of textiles and readymade garments in India and largest exporter of basmati rice in the country