Logistics infrastructure to receive big boost in state
| Saturday | 16th November, 2019
Kolkata: State Finance and Industry minister Amit Mitra said on Saturday that the World Bank has submitted a conceptual master plan for development of logistics infrastructure in and around Kolkata Metropolitan Area (KMA).
The project, which entails an investment of Rs 2,100 crore, is expected to give a big boost to the logistics infrastructure in the state.
The state government is scheduled to hold a meeting next week with the top brass of World Bank for finalising the matter.
According to Mitra, the World Bank is also undertaking a review of industrial infrastructure (industrial parks, industrial estates, special economic zone, etc.)
"This is a new strategy adopted by World Bank.
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