THE new industrial policy of the Delhi government, which has been approved seeks to make the national capital a global hub for clean, high technology industries and services sector.
The Delhi cabinet, presided over by chief minister Sheila Dikshit, approved the new industrial policy framed for the first time after 1982. "The new policy will encourage non-polluting industries and services sector," Dikshit said. Officials said the new policy aims to make the city a "hub for clean, high technology industries encouraging ecofriendly knowledge-based industries and generate high amount of revenue." They said it would encourage IT and IT enabled services which will not only boost revenues of the Capital but also deter polluting industries.
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