OceanX: India Shining + freight rate horror stories = crumbs of comfort
Optimism or realism?
India appears to have caught on to the benefits of the special economic zone model, allowing companies to set up0 industrial units in areas adjacent to its major ports. It’s one way of getting round the severe challenges of hinterland distribution in the country and is allowing its major container gateway of Jawaharlal Nehru Port to catch up with the fast-growing private port of Mundra, which has used the SEZ system to attract major clients
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