|India Japan Singapore Roundtable on Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (Report)
|“India Japan Singapore Roundtable on Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor” was held by the Embassy of Japan in Singapore jointly with Indian High Commission in Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore (LKYSPP-NUS), and International Enterprise Singapore (IE Singapore) at LKYSPP-NUS on 14th July.
This round table aims to accelerate the development of "Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor" (DMIC). It involves not only India and Japan, the countries which the leaders bilaterally agreed to promote the development, but also Singapore having some successful infra-business experiences in India. The representatives from both public and private sectors of those three countries had business-action-oriented dialogue here. The outline of this round table is as follows: "Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor" (DMIC):
Along the 1,500 km stretch of Dedicated Freight Corridor project which serves as the “backbone” of industrial logistics between Delhi and Mumbai, number of PPP projects, such as industrial complexes and freight transport complexes will be developed together with advanced infrastructures. The project is seen as the most remarkable one to form second to none industrial region in India.
|Brief Overview of Discussion: