Indian Government Plans to Build 100 Smart Cities, Says Inoviea in Its Discounted Report Available at

09 Dec 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – With a view to upgrading urban India, the government has pushed for the construction of 100 smart cities country-wise, and enterprises are expected to form an integral part of this opportunity worth USD 7 billion in the next 5 years. India is urbanising at a fast pace, and there is a burning need for expanding the capacity of its cities.

The central government is mulling over investing around USD 15 million is each city. Practically even amount is anticipated to be contributed by each state government, thus doubling the opportunity to USD 14 billion.

A range of novel cities are already underway, specifically the industrial corridor between India's business and political capitals, Delhi and Mumbai. Planners plot to create a high-tech industrial zone led by a key freight line and spanning 6 states.

Discounted research report “Market Research on Smart City and Integrated Business City in India” prepared by Inoviea gives a detailed examination of the different issues of smart city and integrated business cities across India. It provides an overview of the smart cities worldwide and discusses how it could possibly be applicable to the Indian context. The report includes an insightful case study on an forthcoming smart city in the country in tandem with canvassing the process to take part in the smart city mission in India. The publication sheds light on latest developments having taken place in the country’s smart city mission and the selected cities. The research report also reviews the influence of goods and sales tax on the domestic real estate sector.

Please note that this report is available at a discounted price till December 15, 2016!

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