Andaman & Nicobar is an archipelago of 572 islands located in between the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea.
The island's blue economy such as fisheries, aquaculture and seaweed farming will accelerate in line with the growth of modern infrastructure in A&N.
In March 2021, the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) announced that it is vetting 41 proposals of projects from various sectors including road construction, hospitality and industries in Andaman & Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep.
In January 2021, state owned power producer NTPC announced that if will deploy 14 electric buses and will also set up public charging infrastructure in the islands. Introduction of electric buses will help cut down tailpipe emissions.
The islands have been recognised as an eco-friendly tourist destination.
In 2018-19, the estimated potential of fish production in A&N stood at 41.67 thousand tonnes.
budget for the shipping sector in the UT.
of annual exploitable marine fish stock.
recorded foreign and domestic tourist visits during 2019
MSME units and 7 industrial estates in the UT
of coastline provides huge opportunities for investments
of A&N being under tropical rainforests, supports wood-based industries
Unless otherwise specified, all new and existing industrial units undertaking substantial expansion in manufacturing and services sectors located in the Lakshadweep and Andaman & Nicobar Islands, will be eligible for incentives under the scheme.
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Andamans Timber Industries
TripAdvisor, an American travel portal, has invested in tourism in the islands
Superior Air Products
has invited bids for three unserved airstrips in Andaman & Nicobar Island.
has identified Port Blair in Andaman & Nicobar under the urban development plan
is being promoted by the Government in the islands through public-private partnership (PPP)
at Port Blair being spruced up with increased capacity and improved infrastructure
of the A&N islands are being promoted to support MSME, fishing, and tourism activities
providing a bandwidth of 2 x 200 GB has been laid between Chennai and Port Blair in order to improve connectivity, digitization, trade, and increase employment opportunities.
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