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Presentation on India’s Strategy Towards Energy Development and Energy Security By R.V. SHAHI Secretary, Ministry of Power Government of India December.

alone has been shown to have its limitation in a number of areas of the energy sector and independent regulation becomes even more critical in such instances.” The Challenges India needs 8% to 10% economic growth to meets its economic and human development goal. This requires qualitative/quantitative changes in energy mix. At 439 KgOE per capita consumption of energy in India is among the lowest: - China 1090 - USA/


.U. has been signed during Prime Minister Harper’s visit in November 2009 and it covers: Free trade Agreements Stronger corporation in the energy sector Joint study group to established comprehensives Economic partnership Foreign Investment Protection and Promotion Agreement (FIPPA) between India and Canada will be operational soon to safe guard Investor’s rights. Priority Sectors in India Agriculture food and beverage Service industries’ capital projects Information and/

An Economic Partnership Seminar Feb 18th, 2015

Food Processing, IT, Leather, Media & Entertainment, Mining, Oil & Gas, Pharmaceuticals, Ports, Railways, Renewable Energy, Roads & Highways, Space, Textiles & Garments, Thermal Power, Tourism & Hospitality & Wellness. India’s manufacturing sector contributed only 13% to its economic output in 2013. ‘Make in India’ launched in September 2014 Aims at transforming the economy from the services-driven growth model to labor- intensive manufacturing-driven growth. Increase productivity. Attract foreign companies/

1 Manipur JEWEL OF INDIA For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org AUGUST 2012.

: CMIE Per Capita NSDP US$ AUGUST 2012 12 Economic Snapshot – Percentage Distribution of GSDP JEWEL OF INDIA For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org → In 2011-12, the tertiary sector contributed 45.6 per cent to the state’s GSDP at current prices, followed by the secondary sector at 29.7 per cent. → The tertiary sector grew at an average rate of 12.9 per/

Impacts of the EU-India FTA on Human and Social Rights Civil Society and the EU-India FTA 22 nd January 2014 1/22/2014Chanda Korgaokar, EIAS1.

opportunities The foreign investment, knowledge and technology will result in increased productivity and economic gain to certain section of people. For e.g. it would be an opportunity to provide adequate skills, training and employment to youth (there is a huge percentage of people under 30). EU India FTA is likely to support domestic sectors such as textiles and garment, gems and and jewelry/

"The current domestic market of textile in India is expected to increase up to US$ 60 billion by 2012 from the current US$ 34.6 billion” –Annual Report.

and development Government promotion to textile sector  Consumption led domestic growth in India; expanding middle class; increasing disposable income making the domestic market attractive. Indian products well accepted in international markets – tremendous export potential /is to develop the jute industry and ensure high quality production, maximum employment and substantial contribution to economic growth.  Jute Technology Mission (JTM), 2006The objectives of this programme include  Improving the yield/

Foreign Direct Investment in India

India 28th November 2005 Website: www.dipp.gov.in Indian Economy – An Overview Economic Performance Sustained economic growth Average last 10 years 6.5% 2004-05 6.9% Forecast up to 2006-07 >7.0% Forecast till 2050 – Goldman Sachs 5 % p.a. Services share in GDP over 50% (52.4% share in GDP in 2004-05) Manufacturing sector grew at 8.8% in 2004-05 (17.4% share in/

SECOND MEETING OF THE HIGH-TECH DEFENCE INNOVATION FORUM 16 th December, 2011 Building a High-Tech Defence Innovation Base in India December 16, 2011 Smita.

witnessed the launching of only the “easy” reforms between 1991-93. The current economic slowdown and whittling down of the manufacturing sector in India can be attributed to the neglect of core sector reforms, something China tackled early on, with a host of repercussions for sustained growth in many sectors.” Smita Purushottam, Harvard paper, 2001 “Can India Overtake China?” 13 Time to go beyond the consumption driven, services/

Regional Energy Outlook ASIA: India Mudit Narain, Laboratory for Energy and the Environment Massachussetts Insitute of Technology Zehra Ali, Mechanical.

technology to more appropriate technology that is more Efficient adaptable Has increased application through improved management Sector related challenges Household: Lighting Lighting: “In India 2.5 million people (350,000 of them children) suffer severe burns each year from /differ for each region and context Misplaced technologies just as likely to fail as misguided policies Social factors, economic development and geography of the area should be taken into account –Clinical Diagnosis (Jeffrey Sachs, The /

INDIA COMPREHENSIVE MARKET DEVELOPMENT PLAN.  With a 1.65% growth rate, India contributes most to world population growth. EEUU 290 mn. UE 380 mn. CHINA.

Guide (2006).  Launch of a portal for the India CMDP. Details on the country, bilateral trade, sector information, exporting to and investing in India, in-market promotion, actions in the 2005-2007 Plan, etc.  www.spainbusiness.com: Portal targeting potential importers or exporters of Spanish products, and investors in Spain. In English, information on Spain, segmented by region, and the economic-commercial characteristics, bilateral statistics, market studies, scouting for/

Work in progress. Do not cite Future Histories Aromar Revi Exploring Pathways for India and China in the 21st Century 30 th April 2007.

up only 20% of Indian urban growth Work in progress. Do not cite Catalysing India’s Urban Economy Source: TARU analysis, 2006, NAS, 2006 Stagnant or declining employment growth Moderate employment growth Low employment growth Trade & part of Other Services (e.g. IT/ITES) are key growth drivers that also create steady jobs. Core urban economic sectors (manufacturing, finance, Govt.) have stagnant or declining/

Short-term Economic Statistics Published by CSO, India

Sample Surveys General publications Monthly Abstract of Statistics Statistical Abstract Statistical Pocket Book India in Figures Guide to Official Statistics Directory of Statistics, India Statistical System in India Special Data Dissemination Standards India is a subscriber since December 1996 Overall coordinator –M/Finance Real sector - MoSPI Fiscal sector – MoF External and Financial - RBI Short-term Economic Statistics coordinated by the MoSPI National Accounts Quarterly GDP estimates – timeliness of 2/

Economic Terms Disinvestment Globalisation Liberalization

poor performance of the public sector. Do you agree? Elucidate. Q4. What are the major global challenges which Indian economy is facing? Discuss in detail. Q5. Why HDI is considered to be a very important tool for economic growth? Q6. WTO highlighting on TRIPS AND TRIMS? Q7. FDI’s & FII’s Inflows in India? Meaning of Economic Environment Definition Totality of economic factors, such as employment, income/

Manufacturing: The India Value Proposition October 2006.

overtake the economic growth rate of Brazil, Russia, China (the other fast growing economies) @ @ BRIC report by Goldman Sachs © IMaCS 2006 Printed 10-Aug-15 Page 16 www.imacs.in A conglomerate of 96 operating companies in several sectors with revenues of USD 22 bn (2.8% of India GDP) in 2006. The Tata brand is a household name in India One of India’s largest private sector enterprise, with/


2012-2014 Employment figures in India 9. ANALYSIS NEW ECONOMY & URBAN FABRIC Percentage share in employment in India Employment figures in India Performance in service sector global comparison ICT drives economy Source : : Stephen Graham, Service sector in India, Arpita Mukherji VIRTUAL LANDSCAPE & URBAN EXPERIENCE ASHISH KRISHNA RAUT I MURP 2012-2014 9. ANALYSIS 1 2 3 NEW ECONOMY & URBAN FABRIC ICT MIXED LAND USE MULTIFUNCTIONAL BUILDINGS MULTINUCLEI CITY ECONOMIC ACTIVITY CITY CENTRE Late/

PROGRAM ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP COURSE OUTLINE Session 1. INTRODUCTION OF ALL IN MBA CLASS !!! Self Entrepreneurship story !!! Nature and development of Entrepreneurship.

streamlined to compete with private sector. 2.All possible efforts required to motivate the individual to become an Entrepreneur EX Tata 3.Need to develop Management Education to supplement their Entrepreneurship qualities. 4. Programs and incentives for Entrepreneurs to start business in back ward areas 5.Develop Entrepreneurial talent in India, In Japan, they come from the underprivileged class 6. Economic administration by the States to/

Special Economic Zones D.Madhu Babu, Vice President, IL&FS Clusters Structure of Presentation –General Economic Change –Concept –Procedure –Services by.

for Port/ Airport Minimum size – 100 Ha (Contiguous area required) Minimum size of Processing Area – 50% Formats for SEZs in India Special Economic Zone for Specific Sector in Special States Minimum size – 50 Ha (Contiguous area required) Minimum size of Processing Area – 50% Special Economic Zone for IT, Biotech, Non- conventional energy or Gems & Jewellery Minimum size – 10 Ha (Contiguous area required) Minimum size of Processing/

Trade facilitation – Surmounting the Deadlock Erudition ‘ 06, 11th Annual Convention, Department of commerce, Delhi School of Economics,28 October 2006,

sectors (security, public health & safety considerations)  Foreign Investment Progressive opening of economy to FDI Portfolio investment regime liberalised Liberal policy on technology collaboration  Trade Policy Most items on Open General License, Quantitative Restrictions lifted  Foreign Trade Policy seeks to double India’s share in global merchandise trade in 5 years Trade Policies in India/ Maldives, Bhutan, Mongolia etc.  Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) with Singapore.  /

During the 19th Century there were attempts to follow the example of the West in religion and in social and political reform. Educated India became growingly.

industry. 1995-1998: Reform efforts show positive results. GDP growth rises to 7 percent, and inflation falls. A new private sector emerges, especially in technology services, side by side with government-sponsored R&D efforts in Bangalore. India becomes a major exporter of software. Yet economic growth is constrained by inadequate infrastructure, Byzantine bureaucracy, and high interest rates. 1999-2002: The government favors foreign investment/

Case Studies in Electric Power. Electricity Case StudiesSeptember 152 Contents Argentina and Chile – State versus Private California Power Crisis – Problems.

Single Buyer Model Drax in the UK -- Merchant Power Enron Dahbol in India – PPA Contracts Argentina and ChileCase Study Electricity Case StudiesSeptember 154 History – Argentina and Chile The reform of the electricity sector in Argentina that began in the early 1990s was widely/contracts: options to leave the utility or to come back to the utility. Electricity Case StudiesSeptember 1534 Economic Variables are Non-Linear and Difficult to Evaluate with Statistical Analysis of Historic Data It is apparent that/


elite, has led to strong variations in SBRs across states in India. India ’ s federal structure and the significant political autonomy and independence in legislative powers enjoyed by state governments, along with regional variations in the collective strength of the economic and political elite, has led to strong variations in SBRs across states in India. Measuring SBR In Indian States 1. How is the private sector organised? 1. How is the private/

Sri Lanka: growing the SME sector and opportunities for trade Anushka Wijesinha Research Officer, Institute of Policy Studies of Sri Lanka 11 th December.

) Also, SL imports a lot of regular tuna from India Presentation Outline 1.Why SMEs in Sri Lanka? 2.Growing the SME sector in Sri Lanka 3.International trade scenario 4.Indo-Sri Lanka trade 5.Future Prospects Institute of Policy Studies of Sri Lanka 4.1 India-Sri Lanka trade - overview Long history of Indo-SL economic links – far back as 4 th century Both/


processes such as bilateral or joint economic councils or institutionalised public-private dialogue within which interactions with the private sector have taken place. Rather, the interactions between state governments and the private sector have been typically informal and need-based. State-Business interactions– Labour Regulation One area of concern for the private sector is labour regulation. Labour laws in India fall under the joint jurisdiction of/

Presentation by R. S. (Shyam) Khemani Principal, MiCRA, Washington DC, USA and Consultant-Advisor, CUTS Jaipur/New Delhi, India contact:

products/critical inputs, Consumer and Producer Welfare….  Focus on policies-regulations least interfere with markets CREW: Competition Reforms in Key Markets for Enhancing Social-Economic Welfare Project  Focus on Two ‘Key Sectors’ Across Four Countries  Sectors: (i)Passenger Bus Transportation and (ii) Staple Foods  Countries: Ghana (Maize), India (Wheat), Philippines (Rice) and Zambia (Maize) Research Approach: Desk and Field Research (including interviews), ‘Perception’ Surveys…… KEY/

1 IMPORTANCE OF TECHNOLOGY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF A COUNTRY: Can underdeveloped countries afford not to have a global competitive industry? By Edgar Sánchez-Sinencio.

Observe that the driving force for industrial growth, in India, has been private companies and local natives returning from abroad and putting ideas, creativity and money.Recently the government is adding strength and efforts for this economical growth 7. Other important factors in the industrial development and university-industry cooperation in your country? Industry growth in IT sector seems to be mainly driven by low-cost Outsourcing/

National Competition Policy and Economic Growth in India (ComPEG Project) July 2012 – December 2013 Terms of Reference for Sector Studies.

for implementing an effective competition regime in India? If no, how can they be changed so as to make them compatible with the principles of the proposed competition policy of India? What could be possible economic gains, in terms of increase in producer and consumer surplus, as a result of expected changes in policies, laws, regulations, practices, etc. in the three selected sectors? What are possible political economy constraints/

China’s Manufacturing Sector Since 1978 Mohammed Saqib Fellow Rajiv Gandhi Foundation.

provide. Privatization of TVEs seemed the inevitable next step. Privatization of TVEs: Changes in the external economic environment, increase in costs of public ownership and encouraging official policy, with significant easing of restrictions on private/ Institutes (ITI) must be improved with more relevant curricula. The manufacturing sector in India will also have to accept its share of responsibility in developing human capital, by allocating resources to ensure that continual skill upgrading programs/

Role of Public Sector Undertaking In Nation’s Building In Nation’s Building.

Government sometimes through Public Issues Objective Ownership Capital Managed by Government.Management Operates in basic and public utility sectors. Area of operation Public Sector Undertakings Evolution of Public Sector Undertakings Post Independence, India was grappling with grave socio-economic problems, such as inequalities in income and low levels of employment, regional imbalances in economic development and lack of trained manpower, weak industrial base, inadequate investments and infrastructure/

ILC 2013 Agenda Item V on Sustainable Development, Decent Work and Green Jobs. Background notes in preparation of the ILC 2013 Discussion on Agenda item.

friendly jobs 2.3 Section 2 – Sum up “Green Jobs can be generically defined as the direct employment created in economic sectors and activities, which reduces their environmental impact and ultimately brings it down to levels that are sustainable”. Green Jobs are/issues and green growth through Joint Secretariat of the Working Group on Green Jobs. In the Philippines, an ad hoc Working Group for a Green Jobs Task Force. In India a multi-stakeholder Task Force on Green Jobs set up under the chairmanship of/

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CEO 360 Degree Perspective INDIAN POWER GENERATION SECTOR GIL, Bangalore 1 st September, 2010.

FASTEST GROWING ECONOMY GLOBALLY Y2009 INDIA – 11 TH LARGEST ECONOMY IN 2009 (NOMINAL GDP TERMS) INDIA PROJECTED TO BE 4 TH LARGEST ECONOMY BY 2025 Source : IMF INDIA – GROWTH STORY INTACT !! 8 POWER SECTOR – KEY DRIVER TO A NATION’S GROWTH Economic Growth Growth in the Manufacturing Sector Growth in the Services Sector Growth in the Agricultural Sector Increased Power Demand Investment in the Power Sector Growth in Power Generation Capacity In developing nations, the power/

DOING BUSINESS IN INDIA Roma, 7 maggio 2014. About D&B Tangram Our focus areas 2 Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) Tangram is a business advisory firm that provides.

to enhance global competitiveness and formulation of framework for promotion of innovation in select manufacturing sectors Department of Science & Industrial Research Study on Credit Gaps & Potential in Services Sector in India and 13-MSME clusters across India Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) Study on constraints & Prospects in Non- Alcoholic Beverages Industry in India Indian Council for Research and International Economic Relations (ICRIER) DPR & B-plan for Marketing of Organic fruits/

ILC 2013 Agenda Item V on Sustainable Development, Decent Work and Green Jobs. Background notes in preparation of the ILC 2013 Discussion on Agenda item.

friendly jobs 2.3 Section 2 – Sum up “Green Jobs can be generically defined as the direct employment created in economic sectors and activities, which reduces their environmental impact and ultimately brings it down to levels that are sustainable”. Green Jobs are/issues and green growth through Joint Secretariat of the Working Group on Green Jobs. In the Philippines, an ad hoc Working Group for a Green Jobs Task Force. In India a multi-stakeholder Task Force on Green Jobs set up under the chairmanship of/

Small Enterprise Management. The objective of the course is to analyse and develop an understanding of the overall Management process in a small scale.

are over 6000 products ranging from traditional to high-tech items, which are being manufactured by the MSMEs in India. It is well known that the MSME sector provides the maximum opportunities for both self-employment and jobs after agriculture sector. The socio-economic policies adopted by India since the Industries(Development and Regulation) Act, 1951 have laid stress on MSMEs as a means to improve/

Exploring Trade Potential in BCIM EC Possible Sectors for Developing Production Network Kishore Kumer Basak Senior Research Associate.

house ▪India has the potential to become the third largest economy in the world ▪Bangladesh is one of the fastest growing emerging economies and ▪Myanmar is full of natural resources. ▪Hence, BCIM EC can bring enormous economic opportunities to the region ▪This paper seeks to explore the economic potential of BCIM EC in view of trade opportunities and possibilities of developing production network Possible Sectors for/


supposed to be only option available. QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS AND PERCEPTIONS For large number of Muslim women in India today the safe space is within the boundaries of her home and community Police high handedness/ SC/ ST occupy next position. Economic conditions of Muslims in Urban areas did not improve as those of SC/ST GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT AND PROGAMS In a pluralistic society, a reasonable representation of various communities in government sector employment is necessary to enhance participatory governance/

1. China and India Growth contribution to global growth

than for either China or India. Wage differences and inequality between the modern sector and the traditional, informal sector will then persist. Or in China and India, however, the expansion into the modern sector will eventually start to exhaust / China’s Growth “Immiserising”? Immiserising growth arises when an increase in economic activity is associated with a fall in real living standards. The increased economic activity may be reflected in greater inputs of labour (people; labour hours), capital, land/

India-Sri Lanka Bilateral Free Trade Agreement: Sri Lankan Perspective and Implications Saman Kelegama Institute of Policy Studies of Sri Lanka Presentation.

investment and technology flows from India to Sri Lanka, thereby providing scope for development of the agricultural sector in responding to the food crisis Conclusion It is important to rectify the shortcomings of the FTA & build on its achievements The key opportunity is to tap into the large and dynamic Indian market, by moving beyond the ILFTA towards broader economic integration The CEPA, implemented/

By: Hendri Saparini, Ph.D Managing Director ECONIT Advisory Group

and unable to raise social welfare. 28 Indonesian Economic Relationship with China and India China, India dan Indonesia: Different Economic Characteristics Chinese GDP showed that investment has the biggest share in GDP, while in China and Indonesia the second of the biggest share in GDP. China and India focus on exporting manufactured products, not natural resources materials. More competitive industrial sectors has made trade liberalization have more positive impact/

AIT Ram M. Shrestha Asian Institute of Technology Thailand 25 th March 2004 25 th March 2004 Energy Use and Clean Development Mechanism Opportunities in.

IGES-URC Workshop in Asia, 24 th – 26 th March, 2004 End-use Device Efficiency Gaps – Lamps: Lighting accounts for a large share in residential sectoral electricity consumption (e.g., 28% in India, 32.8% in Pakistan, 32% in Sri Lanka). Incandescent/CDM as vehicle for Sustainable Development Not all energy efficient and renewable technologies necessarily meet the economic criterion for CDM projects. Economic viability also depends upon the market for Certified Emission Reductions (CERs). Presently, demand for/

Invest India Policies & Opportunities

of availability of scientists and engineers Macro-economic fundamentals are sound. 31/03/2017 Economic Liberalization Fiscal Policy Reforms : Stable tax regime with just 3 rates for both Excise as well as Customs duties Full National treatment for foreign Cos. incorporated in India Industrial Policy Reforms : Capacity licensing dispensed with Compulsory licensing only in 6 sectors: restrictions on grounds of national security, public health, public safety/

Energy Use and Clean Development Mechanism Opportunities in Asia.

End-use Device Efficiency Gaps – Lamps: Lighting accounts for a large share in residential sectoral electricity consumption (e.g., 28% in India, 32.8% in Pakistan, 32% in Sri Lanka). Incandescent lamps, which use 3 to 4 times more electrical energy /dependence on fossil fuel – Agriculture residue and animal waste Indoor health using biogas Rural electricity – residential and for economic growth Forests – ecological protection Submitted W-t-E projects Project Title Waste handled per day (tonne) Annual /

Where Are We Coming From?

,000 Nigerians Increase foreign direct investment Opens Nigeria as a gateway for economic activities and creation of megacities in locations identified for the aerotropolis. AVIATION (contd…) 3) Review of Existing Policies to Enhance Safety, Economic and Commercial Activities in the Aviation Sector Review and launch of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Policy (also includes economic commercial regulation of domestic airlines, introduction of policies for general/business aviation/

CSR BY INDIAN BANKING SECTOR Mrs. Jayashree Patil-Dake, MA (Eco-Hons), MBA(Mkting), NET, SET Senior Asst. Prof. Coordinator PGDMIB,MBA Dept, Badruka College.

RBI in implementing the financial inclusion through No frill accounts etc. The attempt of financial inclusion can bring about social inclusion which is the contribution to rural and urban India through the efforts of banking sector by banking the unbank. Corporate Social Responsibility The World Business Council defines, "Corporate Social Responsibility is the continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic/

Member, Planning Commission

the Project determines level of approval). Regulatory Mechanism Current Regulatory Mechanism in India provides for Competition Act to ensure free & fair competition & has strong safeguards. Set up only recently under the Competition Act & has been operationalized recently (2009). Sectoral regulators established: Airport : Airport Economic Regulatory Authority set up under the Airport Economic Regulatory Authority of India Act, 2008 & provides for Regulatory Tariff & standards of services. Port/

Overcoming Operational Challenges of Investing in India and China Mark J. Riedy Partner, Andrews Kurth LLP 1350 I Street, NW Suite 1100 Washington, DC.

nuclear weapons; U.S. and other nations introduce economic sanctions. 2001: U.S. lifts economic sanctions. 2004: Congress Party wins a surprise victory in national election. 2005: U.S. and India sign framework agreement for civilian nuclear cooperation. III. INDIA’S ECONOMY IN A NUTSHELL A.India’s foreign exchange reserves stand at US$160.677 Billion. B.Sectors with least regulation have grown the fastest. 1.Film/

Power Trading in South Asia : Geo-politics and Opportunities

External front : predominantly dependent on external sources Supply and price risks : inject insecurity and Increase economic vulnerabilities Import Dependence of Energy Sector in South Asia Region Countries Import Dependence with respect to Total Energy With respect to commercial Energy Afghanistan 3 60 Bangladesh 13 30 Bhutan 9 24 India 22 29 Maldives 59 100 Nepal 11 87 Pakistan 18 26 Sri Lanka 41 78/

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for the resources entrusted, forced the countries to adopt: Radical economic reforms including involvement of private sector in delivery of public services; Radical changes in the management tools, information technology, ways of decision-making, performance/ Single entry system and double entry system 2. Government Accounting – Principles & Practices (i) Basis of Government Accounting in India (ii) Features of Government Accounting (iii) Structure of Budget and Accounting. (iv) Form of Accounts (v) /

CA Meet - Jaipur December 13, 2014. 2 Global economic environment Key regulatory developments Performance review.

April 1, 2015 Launch of ‘Make in India’ campaign Recent actions 19 India: economic outlook GDP growth in the range of 5.5%-6.0% for FY2015 March-2016 CPI inflation at 6.0%-6.5% Anticipation of rate cut by RBI in early 2015 20 In summary Retail sector expected to benefit from improved macro economic outlook and policy initiatives Improvement in growth outlook for the Indian economy 21/

India : The Investment Destination

phase of East Coast Economic Corridor (ECEC) Bengaluru Mumbai Economic Corridor (BMEC) Amritsar – Kolkata Industrial Corridor (AKIC) Transport connectivity to North East India Urban infrastructure Smart Cities Affordable housing Swachha Bharat project Digital India 7 East Coast Industrial Corridor The upcoming industrial corridors provide potential opportunities for investments across different infrastructure sub-sectors – East Coast Industrial Corridor To promote manufacturing in India, five new Industrial/

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