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The Delhi-Mumbai Economic Corridor (DMIC) project covers how many states ?

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The Delhi-Mumbai Economic Corridor (DMIC) project covers how many states ?
posted Jun 12, 2015 by Varun Kumar

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The Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project is a State-Sponsored Industrial Development Project of the Government of India which will cover development of 1540 km long Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (WDFC) with 24 nodes (Investment Regions and Industrial Areas) across seven states:

Delhi, 115 km (1.5%) of WDFC
Uttar Pradesh, 22 km (1.5%) of WDFC
Haryana, 130 km (10%) of WDFC and 66% of the state is in influence area of DMIC zone, will have will have 2 Investment Regions and 2 Industrial Areas
Rajasthan, 553 km (39%) of WDFC and 58% of the state is in influence area of DMIC zone, will have 2 Investment Regions and 3 Industrial Areas
Gujarat, 565 km
Maharashtra, 150 km (10%) of WDFC and 18% of the state is in influence area of DMIC zone
Madhya Pradesh, zero length of WDFC and 1% of the state is in influence area of DMIC zone

answer Jun 14, 2015 by Salil Agrawal
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