Development of SEZs in India: Some Issues

Accommodation Times Research By L. Lakshmanan* Abstract of Report : Evolution of Special Economic Zones and some Issues: The Indian Experience submitted to RBI In India, the SEZs have been introduced as a growth driver through increase in export potential of the country, development of infrastructure facilities and generation of employment opportunities. The infrastructure development

SEZs in Uttar Pradesh

By Accommodation Times News Services In the State of Uttar Pradesh, in addition to Noida Special Economic Zone (SEZ) set up by the Central Government and Moradabad SEZ set up by the State Government, a total of 19 SEZs have been notified. List of total number of SEZs notified and area

Government wants to convert unused airports into SEZs land

By Accommodation Times News Service The new civil aviation policy, unveiled on June 15, provides for measures to enhance regional connectivity and reducing the cost of leasing would help this initiative. The government is looking at converting some unused airports into special economic zones where aircraft leasing companies can park their planes

Industry Dept return cancelled SEZs land to government

By Accommodation Times News Service Cancelled Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in Maharashtra will have to return the Revenue department land they have acquired, but they can keep the land bought from farmers, officials said. According to an official from Industries Department, more than 24,000 hectares were acquired for SEZs by industrial houses

JNPT- Sez work to commence soon expected to be ready in 2 years

By Accommodation Times News Services The work on the Rs 4,000-crore JNPT SEZ, which is designed to change the landscape of Uran-Dronagiri stretch, is on the right course and the infrastructure of the project is expected to be completed in two years at a cost of Rs 500 crores. Prime Minister Mr

56 SEZ developers to surrender their projects after approval by govt

By Accommodation Times News Services The Ministry of Commerce and Industry has approved applications of as many as 56 special economic zone (SEZ) developers, including JSW Aluminium and Parsvnath SEZ Ltd, to surrender their projects. The numbers reflect erosion of investor interest for these zones, which once emerged as export hubs. The