Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor: India’s Road to Prosperity? Case Solution


PUBLICATION DATE: January 16, 2014 PRODUCT #: 214077-HCB-ENG

The Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) was an aspiring $90 billion infrastructure job encapsulating the 1483-kilometer distance among Delhi and Mumbai.

The project will develop novel industrial townships, high paced freight lines, six-lane expressways, airports, ports along with power plants. It had likewise give the state a distinctive chance to plan, develop and construct new cities which were socially, economically and environmentally sustainable. The DMIC could augment exports, raise foreign investments, could improve India’s flailing production sector, create jobs and situate the nation on a higher growth trajectory. While many guarantees were held by the job for India, there were many dangers entailed.

Since the project held several promises for India, there were numerous risks attached. Its success would depend on unprecedented degrees of coordination and property acquisition across various government agencies. This case scenario investigates whether Amitabh Kant, CEO, Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation (DMICDC), the nodal agency for the planning and application of the project, would deliver on the project’s promises.

Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor: India’s Road to Prosperity? Case Solution
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