The project is likely to include ports, industrial parks and other related infrastructure, which are to be developed by the two countries’ governments and private sectors in a mutually complementary manner
After the Mumbai-Delhi corridor, all eyes are now set on the Chennai-Bangalore corridor. Japan which has provided financial and technical aid to develop the proposed Delhi-Mumbai industrial corridor is now looking at financing a similar one to connect Chennai with Bangalore.
The Southern corridor will have potential for investment of at least $25 billion and it would be boosting many industrial sectors both in the States of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. In this background, the National Conference on Chennai-Bangalore Industrial Corridor – Issues, Opportunities and the Way Forward has been organized by Assocham in association with the Madras Chamber on the 21st July between 10.30 a.m and 1.30 p.m. at Hotel Le Royal Meridien, GST Road, Chennai 600 016.
ICRA Management Consulting Services Ltd. who have done extensive work in this regard, is the knowledge partner for this programme.
Shri Saurabh Chandra, IAS., Secretary, Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion, New Delhi, Mr Amitabh Kanth, Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director, Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor and Mr S K Goel, Chairman & Managing Director of India Infrastructure Finance Company Ltd. have already confirmed their participation in the Conference.
The Conference will discuss the Government policies, investors and industry perspectives of this Corridor.
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