Policy on petrochem investment zones outlined

May 2007
Chemical Business;May2007, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p70
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the policy on petroleum, chemicals and petrochemical investment regions. Ram Vilas Paswan, India's Minister for Chemicals and Fertilizers, said that the PCPIRs would be specifically delineated investment regions which include one or more special economic zones, free trade and warehousing zones, export-oriented units or growth centers notified under relevant Central or State legislation policy. He added that PCPIRs would have manufacturing facilities for domestic and export-led production with associated services and infrastructure.


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