Top Japanese cos ink pact with state govts, DMIC
Top Japanese consultants, including Mitsubishi, Nikken Sekkei and IBM Japan, have joined hands with three state governments and the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation (DMIDC) to develop eco-friendly infrastructure for new cities planned in the $90-billion Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC).
The first phase of the project launched in 2006 will be completed by 2018, said Union commerce and industry minister Anand Sharma at an event on Indo-Japan business potential organised by industry body CII on Friday. â€œThis is by far the worldâ€™s biggest infrastructure project,â€ he said.
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