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such as roads. Viewed functionally. and operation of military forces. telecommunications. and also for the distribution of finished products to markets. and so forth. for example.
. The term typically refers to the technical structures that support a society.Infrastructure is the basic physical and organizational structures needed for the operation of a society or enterprise. the term may also include basic social services such as schools and hospitals. redeployment. infrastructure facilitates the production of goods and services. power grids. or the services and facilities necessary for an economy to function. sewers. the term refers to the buildings and permanent installations necessary for the support. water supply. In military parlance. roads enable the transport of raw materials to a factory. In some contexts.
TYPES OF "HARD" INFRASTRUCTURE
Transportation infrastructure Energy infrastructure Water management infrastructure Communications infrastructure Solid waste management Earth monitoring and measurement networks
TYPES OF ´SOFT" INFRASTRUCTURE
Institutional infrastructure Industrial infrastructure Social infrastructure Cultural. sports and recreational infrastructure
THE ROLE OF INFRASTRUCTURE IN SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES(SEZ)
Role of Infrastructure in SEZ Development Role of Private Developers Constraints Use of Existing Infrastructure
THE ROLE OF INFRASTRUCTURE IN DEVELOPMENT
Integrates and Promotes efficiency Sector Specialization IT backbone connectivity
ROLE OF PRIVATE DEVELOPERS
Private Developer competes FOR the market Private sector management of the SEZ Public Sector retains control of individual developers Public Sector Development Corporation migrating to private ownership
The Indian economy is expected sustain a growth rate of 8% for the next three years up to 2012.4 trillion by 2017 and USD 2.In 200809 India·s economy-GDP grew by 6. India's GDP is expected to be USD 1. Service sector contribute to 50% of India¶s GDP and the Industry and agriculture sector 25% each. India.5%. In the previous four years.8 trillion by 2027. With the expected average annual compounded growth rate of 8.INDIA TO BECOME THE SECOND LARGEST ECONOMY BY 2050
The best barometer of country·s economic standing is measured by its GDP.
. economy grew at 9%.5% due to global recession. It is a republic with a federal structure and well-developed independent judiciary with political consensus in reforms and stable democratic environment . the second most populated country of more than 1100 million has emerged as one of the fastest growing economies.
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN INDIAN INFRASTRUCTURE
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR TARGETS FOR ELEVENTH FIVE YEAR PLAN ENDING 2012
INFRASTRUCTURE IN DIFFERENT STREAMS
Governance.HOW GOVERNANCE AND INFRASTRUCTURE AFFECT EACH OTHER
Infrastructure. and Corruption Infrastructure: Time to Compete to Win Infrastructure and Economic Development in SubSaharan Africa