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    • The Public Investment Board (PIB) has cleared the much-discussed project to provide four-lane road connectivity for Cochin’s International Container Transhipment Terminal (ICTT).

      Mundra port, the country’s largest private port, is investing about Rs 900 crore to expand its capacity by 2008.

      The Public Investment Board (PIB) has cleared the much-discussed project to provide four-lane road connectivity for Cochin’s International Container Transhipment Terminal (ICTT).

      Amid the upsurge in violence over land acquisition in Kolkata for big-ticket industrial ventures and SEZs, efforts are underway at the highest levels of the West.

      Kulpi port might soon become a reality. The promoters of Bengal Ports, the operator of Kulpi, are expected to approve the detailed project report (DPR) for the proposed port complex and the adjacent special economic zone (SEZ) at its board meeting on December 18 at Dubai.

      Dubai Ports World (DP) is in talks to buy out the Adani group’s second container terminal at Mundra in Gujarat, as growth and rapid expansion in trade drive the world’s third-biggest port operator into consolidating its India presence.

      The government has said Chinese firms have not been barred from investing in the port sector. Shipping secretary AK Mohapatra said Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH), which was denied security clearance for two port projects in Mumbai and Chennai, has not been barred from participating in future port development projects in the country.

      For Ganesh Raj, it’s almost like a home-coming. The man, who joined Dubai Ports World (DP World) in the Middle East a couple of years ago, has now moved back to India as senior vice-president and managing director (West Asia & East Africa Region).

      India may soon have its very own spectacular and bustling Jebel Ali or port of Singapore, at least that’s what the Adani group-promoted Mundra port hopes to look like if it’s declared a free port.

      Dubai Ports World will spend up to $3bn over the next three to four years as it seeks to boost container traffic at existing ports by 40%, its chairman said on Sunday.

      The approval for the projects would ensure creation of 49,003 jobs, an official release said. The committee, in the last two rounds of meetings, had already given its consent for 34 projects worth Rs 15,000 crore that would see creation of 23,000 new jobs.

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