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After liberalization of the economy in 1992, the Government of India has been quite supportive of industry in general, taking many steps over the years for the conducive growth of business. These measures favouring economic growth, are being continuously taken by the Indian Government, irrespective of the change in power. The Government of India is endeavouring to achieve GDP growth of more than 7% in the next 10 years. It is quite possible that plastics could grow at 14%, based on historical performance.
The Petrochemical Department of the Government of India is in the process of setting up a development council to promote the development of downstream sectors in India. This clearly illustrates that the Government of India is quite positive and supportive to new investments in India. In fact, many foreign entrepreneurs have been able to set up 100% owned companies in India in the plastics processing and machinery industry sectors. Foreign equity participation in the petrochemical industry has been increased to a 51% stake (a majority stake). However, the polymer manufacturers and other downstream industries are free to set up projects 100% on their own equity. Some examples of the international companies that have set up projects in India on their own are:
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