Vardhan highlights Indian initiatives Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Dr. Harsh Vardhan has said that India considers climate change as a major threat to collective well-being and wants to play a positive, as well as constructive role in combating it.
India-German to share 50:50 cost of semi high speed rail Indian Railways and German Railways have signed a Joint Declaration of intent to carry feasibility study on existing Chennai-Kazipet corridor for increasing the speed of passenger trains to 200 km per hour on 50.50 percent
Leading states to be provincial powerhouses India, with a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of US$6.84 trillion, willemerge as the third largest economy in the world by 2030, surpassing – Japan, Germany, Britain and France, said an industry report.
IFM to be a platform for EU investors. European Union (EU) and India have established an Investment Facilitation Mechanism (IFM) for EU Investments as part of “Ease of doing Business” in the country.
India aims to double German investments in five years. The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, have concluded his visit to Germany, having signed 12 agreements to promote bilateral relations and trade.
Focus on inland waterway facilities and fuel-efficient vessels. MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH is keen on doing in-depth studies in India for its marine products, especially the development of inland waterways and introduction of fuel-efficient vessels.
Plans to expand network to more commercial hubs. DHL Supply Chain (DSC) currently has an impressive footprint of 7 million sq. ft. in India with Multi Client Sites (MCS) forming nearly half of this footprint. With the introduction of the Goods & Services Tax, the
Bid submission set to 12 June 2017. NHPC Ltd has called bids for the supply of one 500KVA 11 0.415 KV 50Hz 3-Phase Distribution Transformer for Loktak Power Station.
Technology to be sought through tie-ups with OEMs. Macro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) will be engaged with industry heavyweights in the tech-savvy manufacturing process to produce “Make in India” fighter aircraft, submarines and armoured vehicles.
Domestic industry to get Rs.70,000 crore orders. India is fast-tracking its domestic nuclear power programme with 10 projects of 7,000 MW capacity, orders from which will boost domestic manufacturing industry.