India's SEZ Policy
AbstractOver the last few decades India has emerged as an economic giant. In 2000 the Special Economic Zone (SEZs) policy became part of a strategy to maintain high growth and promote India’s manufacturing sector. However, India’s current SEZ policy does little to strengthen India’s economy. India should consider modifying its SEZ policy or abandoning it in favor of broader economic reform. [ISDP policy Brief 97]. URL:[http://www.isdp.eu/images/stories/isdp-main-pdf/2012_martensson-olsson_indias-sez-policy.pdf].
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India; SEZ policy; Special Economic Zone (SEZs); manufacturing sector; economic reform; India’s economy; policy; EPZ; foreign investment; Chinese SEZs; China; Gujarat and Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu; Andhra Pradesh; Haryana and Uttar Pradesh; IT; ITES;
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