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Promises Unmade

Promises Unmade

Our central bureaucracy has been highly optimistic in its forecast of growth from our SEZs. Even today, the Special Economic Zones look incredibly lucrative… on paper.

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SEZ: The Dealmakers' Dealbreaker

SEZ: The Dealmakers' Dealbreaker

The government's highly motivated optimism on SEZs is not reflected among the practitioners, and it should come as small surprise that after a lengthy wild goose chase by our office, the Commerce Ministry officials kept bouncing us around from bureaucrat to another, confusing matters, and in effect dodging hard questions.

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MAT will inhibit export growth

MAT will inhibit export growth

GMR Group is one of the few developers that is gung ho on SEZs. Their Rs 26,000 crore SEZ, coming up in Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh, is being constructed at full pace in the face of scepticism and uncertainty regarding SEZs in the country.

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MAT will inhibit export growth

MAT will inhibit export growth

GMR Group is one of the few developers that is gung ho on SEZs. Their Rs 26,000 crore SEZ, coming up in Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh, is being constructed at full pace in the face of scepticism and uncertainty regarding SEZs in the country.

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Budget Analysis: Thumbs up … well, almost

Budget Analysis: Thumbs up … well, almost

The infrastructure investment will reach 8.37 per cent of GDP in the terminal year of the 11th Plan (2011-12). Net bank credit to infrastructure has increased by 59 per cent over previous year. However, total FDI inflows during April-November 2010 were 26.67 per cent lower compared to the inflows during the same period in the previous year.

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The Gamechanger

The Gamechanger

After a 20-year wait, the brand new ICTT at Vallarpadam is all set to be Kerala maritime’s best brand ambassador yet, further transforming the maritime and logistics landscape of the region. Shashidhar Nanjundaiah writes from Vallarpadam.

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Export zones: Need new forms of partnership

Export zones: Need new forms of partnership

With 18 industrial parks, Kinfra still believes that Kerala’s best strengths are not fully harnessed. S Ramnath says that facilitation, rather than incentivisation, will be the strategy to attract investment in the export zones.

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