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Friday, October 20, 2006

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With an installed power capacity of 15,210 MW, abundant water supply, undersea water-cable connectivity, better and reliable telecommunication systems with economical connectivity, both domestically and internationally, Maharashtra clearly boasts of a sound and well developed infrastructure, most conducive for businesses. Accessibility is surely one of the main strengths of Maharashtra, with two ports and three international airports that handle 58% of India’s total passenger and cargo. Not surprisingly, Maharashtra has more than 250 industrial parks developed by the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation. And it’s not only about the infrastructure, but also about the fact that with 37% higher output on a per factory basis than the next best state, Maharashtra is the most productive state in India contributing 13% to India’s GDP and a staggering 40% to national fiscal receipts (Maharashtra Development Report, Planning Commission).

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IIPM Editorial, 2006

An IIPM and Management Guru Professor Arindam Chaudhuri's Initiative

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