West Bengal approves Tajpur greenfield port
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West Bengal approves Tajpur greenfield port

West Bengal's government approved the issuance of a letter of intent (LoI) to Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) for the proposed greenfield port at Tajpur in Purba (East) Medinipur on Monday. According to a press release from the state government, the Cabinet approved the issuance of a letter of intent by the West Bengal Maritime Board to APSEZ for the development of the Tajpur Port. The project will cost Rs 15,000 crore, with another Rs 10,000 crore invested in related port-led infrastructure development, and it will create 25,000 direct jobs and more than 100,000 indirect jobs.

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West Bengal's government approved the issuance of a letter of intent (LoI) to Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) for the proposed greenfield port at Tajpur in Purba (East) Medinipur on Monday. According to a press release from the state government, the Cabinet approved the issuance of a letter of intent by the West Bengal Maritime Board to APSEZ for the development of the Tajpur Port. The project will cost Rs 15,000 crore, with another Rs 10,000 crore invested in related port-led infrastructure development, and it will create 25,000 direct jobs and more than 100,000 indirect jobs. Also read: Adani Ports forays into Bengal with Haldia project SC allows Adani Ports to withdraw plea against order backing JNPT

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