Indian Smart City Market Remains Lucrative, States Inoviea in New Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
31 Oct 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Approximately a half of the Indian population is expected to live in cities by 2030. The country’s government intends to improve a quality of life of its citizens and that is decided to start the Smart Cities Mission.
The country intends to develop 100 smart cities. USD 7.5 billion were allocated to this Mission, and approximately USD 15 million of this sum comes from central governments.
Similar amounts are to be matched by government of each state, thus creating a USD 14 billion opportunity in total.
Smart cities set to come first include: Solapur, Jaipur, Indore, Ludhiana, Guwahati, Udaipur and Chennai, to name a few.
New case study “Market Research on Smart City and Integrated Business City in India” drawn up by Inoviea offers a comprehensive analysis of upcoming smart cities in India. The publication starts with an all-round overview of this marketplace. It explores a current scenario of this marketplace.
Detailed insights of the upcoming smart cities are included in the publication. The study covers such issues as a size, location, connectivity, investments, and more. The publication proceeds with primary research of the central government. It casts light on climate and geography, zonal background, industrial profiles, access to drinking water, and more.
The study explores the process to participate in the Smart City Mission. The publication also throws light on the goods sales tax in this country.
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More new case studies and reports by Inoviea can be found at its page.