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June 14th, 2007

Left Kerala to push FDI with extra perks for Rs 100-cr plus investor

KSIDC, for instance, will faciliate setting up a worldclass Life Sciences Park to fish for FDI in pharmaceuticals, medical devices, biotechnology, nanotechnology etc, in manufacturing, R&D and clinical development. Schemes to channelise investible surplus of NRIs and harness their expertise in manufacturing and services will be formulated, says the policy cleared by the State Cabinet on Wednesday.


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