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Home > News > High-Tech Revolution Remaking Rural India

September 30th, 2007

High-Tech Revolution Remaking Rural India

Abstract:
In establishing special economic zones, or SEZs, India is taking its cue from China and Brazil, among other countries, which have used similar zones to kick-start their economies and create millions of jobs.

The SEZ in Neemana and nearby villages is being run by Reliance Industries. The Mumbai-based company is building a gas-fueled power plant and an airport; the zone will serve as home to a host of Indian and foreign companies in the biotech, nanotechnology and information technology industries.

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