Feasibility study starts for establishing industrial zone in provinces
Kathmandu, Nov 4: A feasibility study has started for establishing 'one province one industrial zone'. The Industrial District Management Limited has begun the study as it seeks to identify appropriate location to set up an industrial zone in every seven provinces for the industrial development of the country.
Murtiya of Sarlahi (for province no. 2) and Palungtar of Gorkha (province no. 4) have so far been identified as suitable locations to establish an industrial zone. Likewise, Birendranagar of Surkhet (province no. 6) is found to be a suitable site for the same.
Limited General Manager Nanda Kishor Basent said the policy of 'one province one industrial zone' was brought to establish an industrial village in every province that will have corporate buildings, good road facilities, electricity, water, drainage and other facilities and make them independent in view of production of necessary goods.
A process to search for appropriate land for the development of infrastructure to establish industrial zone in other provinces was in progress, he said. RSS
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