Development | VOL. 15, ISSUE 88, January-February 2015 |


The Special Economic Zones Policy was announced in April 2000 with the objective of making the special economic zones (SEZs) an engine for economic growth, supported by quality infrastructure and an attractive fiscal package both at the central and state level with a single window clearance. The SEZ concept recognises the issues related to holistic economic development and provides for development of self sustaining industrial townships so that the increased economic activity does not create pressure on the existing infrastructure...

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