BOA For SEZ Approved 29 Proposals

The Board of Approval (BoA) for Special Economic Zones (SEZs) cleared a total of 29 proposals to set up SEZs, including three proposals for conversion of in-principle approvals into formal ones. The Board recommended grant of 23 formal and six in-principle approvals.
Prominent among the formal approvals are four IT/ITeS SEZs in Kerala by Kerala State Information Technology Infrastructure Limited, another two IT/ITeS/electronic hardware SEZs in Andhra Pradesh by Godrej Real Estate Private Limited and Two more IT/ITeS SEZs were approved to be set up in Gujarat by Strength Real Estate and Gaurinandan Property Holders.
Two biotechnology SEZs in Andhra Pradesh by Lahari Infrastructure and a Biological E were also approved.
An SEZ for non-conventional energy, including solar energy equipment/cell SEZ in Gujarat by Euro Multivision was also granted formal approval.
An engineering SEZ in Tamil Nadu by Township Developers India was converted from in-principal to formal approval.
In-principle approvals were granted among others for a multi-product SEZ in Madhya Pradesh by Reliable Smart City.
The airport and aviation sector, including maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) SEZ in Tamil Nadu by Taneja Aerospace and Aviation Limited, was given in-principle nod as also a free trade warehousing zone SEZ in Tamil Nadu by Vikram Logistics and Maritime Services.


    Posted August 3, 2008 at 7:42 am | Permalink


    Sub: Thanks for publications of features on SEZs in India.

    Sincere thanks for your prompt action & E-publication of such articles.

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  2. Posted August 4, 2008 at 4:07 am | Permalink

    Ever since the government decided to allow companies to set up SEZs, India Inc has rushed in with big plans for projects across the country. Corporate giants such as Tata Consultancy Services, Reliance Industries (Mukesh Ambani group), Reliance Anil Ambani Group, DLF Ltd., Unitech Group, Parsvnath Developers and Videocon Group are all into developing SEZs.Foreign direct investment continues to play an important role. India has the opportunity to become a manufacturing hub for textiles, automobiles, steel, metals, petroleum products etc. for the world market. In 2005, FDI was estimated at $ 4 billion, without counting reinvested earnings and other capital. The ministry of commerce estimates an investment of Rs 1 trillion in these SEZs in the next few years and employment generation of 5, 00,000.For more view-

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