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INDO-JAPAN TASK FORCE

  • A Task Force has been set up in pursuance of the MoU between Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Govt of India and its Japanese Counterpart to assist in DMIC planning. Secretary, DIPP and the Vice-Minister of the Ministry of Economy, Trade & Industry (METI), Government of Japan are the Co-Chairmen.
  • Task Force has held eleven...

During the Summit meeting held between India and United Kingdom in February, 2013, the Prime Ministers of both the countries welcomed the development in cooperation on infrastructure since the last summit. They noted UK’s interest in cooperating with India for the development of a new Bengaluru-Mumbai Economic Corridor (BMEC). The leaders agreed to examine and evolve the modalities and content...

Chennai Bengaluru Industrial Corridor (CBIC) project

Background

During the Summit Meeting held between India and Japan in December 2011, the two Prime Ministers stressed the importance of infrastructure development in the areas between Chennai and Bengaluru, where an increasing number of Japanese companies including SMEs have made direct investments to establish their...

ABOUT DMIC

BACKGROUND

In pursuance of an MOU signed between the Government of India and the Government of Japan during the Hon’ble Prime Minister’s visit to Tokyo in December 2006 to promote investments and explore opportunities for mutual cooperation, Government of India accorded ‘in principle’ approval to the project outline of Delhi - Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC)...

Government of India
Ministry of Commerce and Industry
Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion

Government of India had introduced Transport Subsidy Scheme (TSS) on 23.7.1971 to develop industrialization in the remote, hilly and inaccessible areas. The scheme was applicable to all industrial units (barring plantations, refineries and power generating units both in public and private sectors irrespective of their size). Under the scheme, subsidy on the transport cost...

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