01 February 2012 10:07 [Source: ICIS news]
NEW DELHI (ICIS)--India’s manufacturing sector is expected to account for a much bigger share of the domestic economy in a few years’ time, as industrial hubs are being set up in different parts of the country, a government official said on Wednesday.
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“The Indian government has and is working on some policies which will attract investors [to
The Indian government has been providing investment incentives for industries setting up operations at the coastal cities, including Dahej in
In Tamil Nadu, a coastal state in southern
PlastIndia 2012 runs from 1-6 February.
Additional reporting by Prema Viswanathan
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