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April 11th, 2007
The Indian Government nods approval to the 'Special Incentive Package Scheme', says a minister.
Year 2007 seems bright for the Indian semiconductor industry. The year started with the concretion of the long-awaited semiconductor policy. Building further confidence within the industry, the minister of state for communications and information technology, Dr Shakeel Ahmad, has informed that the Government has accorded approval to the 'Special Incentive Package Scheme' to attract investments for setting up semiconductor fabrication and other micro- and nanotechnology manufacturing industries in India.
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