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Special Economic Zone (in Hindi)
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Aartee Mishra is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Aartee Mishra
Delhi University Topper Post Graduated in History Founder - Rank secure IAS Academy 4 Years Experience Use code : RANK10 for Mentorship

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  1. aily Lectuire Series Ramesh Singh' V brief summary o unacadeny 1 Indian Economy y Aartee Mishra External Sector inIndia Hindi

  2. lam Aartee Mishra Graduated from Delhi University, Topper in all my semesters, Pursuing P.G and preparing for CSE. 2 Years of teaching experience of General Studies for competitive examination Have been teaching on Unacademy Plus

  3. SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE: The special economic zone (SEZ) policy was announced by the government in 2000 which was concretised through the SEZ Act, 2005. It mainly aims to develop 'export hubs' in the country to promote growth and development. As an idea it was not new-India had set up Asia's first 'export processing zone' (EPZ) in Kandla in 1965 itself. Later on the idea got another encouragement through the 'export oriented units' (EOUs). After the SEZ policy was formalised through an Act, the EOUs and EPZs are open to conversion to SEZ. The SEZs can be set up by either the Gol, States or even private sector-in all three sectors of the economy-agriculture, industry and services. As per the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, the principal objectives behind creating SEZs in the country include: (i) generation of additional economic activity; (ii) promotion of exports of goods and services; (iii) promotion of investment from domestic and foreign sources, (iv) creation of employment opportunities, and (v) development of infrastructure facilities

  4. SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE Recent steps (till March 2017) taken by the Government to strengthen SEZs in the country are as given below: Minimum Land Area requirement for setting up of new SEZs has been reduced to 50 per cent for multi-product and sector-specific SEZs. Sectoral broad-banding has been introduced to encompass similar and related areas under the same sector. A new sector 'agro-based food processing sector has been introduced to encourage agro-based industries in SEZs (food processing getting government's nod by late 2016 for 100 per cent FDI by is expected to give a big push to it). entities has been allowed in order to make SEZ operations more viable. business'. . SEZ India' mobile app launched to help the SEZs to track their .Dual use of facilities like Social & Commercial infrastructure by SEZs and non-SEZs Online processing of various activities relating to SEZ for improving 'ease of doing transactions on SEZ Online System (launched in January 2017).

  5. SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE By March 2017, the Government had approved 405 proposals for setting up SEZs (in addition to 7 SEZs of the Gol and 11 of States/private sector which were set-up prior to the enactment of the SEZs Act, 2005)-out of which 206 SEZs are operational. Today, the SEZs are invested with Rs. 4.06 lakh crore and have created 16.88 lakh employment. They have 23 per cent share in India's total exports. In recent times, the SEZs have lost their original synergy due to globaleconomic slowdown which followed the great recession among the developed economies. meanwhile, the Government has been taking various steps to encourage them

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