This state lies between Bangladesh and Myanmar in the south, east and west, and Assam, Manipur and Tripura in the north.
‘Act East’ has provided an impetus to multi-modal projects.
Vast hydroelectric potential of around 45 GW in Mizoram.
Highly-gifted skilled handloom and handicraft traditions.
2nd largest producer of strawberry in India.
Cumulative FDI inflow in Mizoram stood at US$ 116 million between April 2000 to March 2019 and US$ 6 million during H1FY20
has been identified for palm oil cultivation. The sector has seen growth in investments, amid the support of state incentives.
Mizoram is developing a theme park and ecotourism at Lungleng and new trekking routes, including one on Blue Mountain Sangau.
The state has favourable conditions for the development of fisheries. It has 24,000 hectares of potential area for fish farming.
Mizoram grows all four silkworm species namely, Mulberry, Eri Muga and Tasar. Sericulture gets support from the MASCOS.
Around 35 species of bamboo identified in the state. The National Agro-Forestry and Bamboo Mission are driving further plantation.
US$ 0.95 million
The the annual allocation in Mizoram to implement the ‘National Bamboo Mission’ in FY21
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Sheladia Associates of the US has been selected as the Construction Supervision Consultant to assist PWD in the day to day supervision of the road works of the Tlabung–Kawrpuichhuah US$ 25m road project connecting Mizoram with Bangladesh.
Asian Development Bank (ADB) is assisting the Indian government through a programme called the North Eastern State Roads Investment Programme (NESRIP), which is a part of MDoNER initiative to bring the north-eastern region into the mainstream of development.
MSV International Inc. USA has been selected as the construction consultant for a US$40m road project connecting Serchhip-Thenzaul-Buarpui (55km), supported by ADBS
International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and India have signed a financing agreement to sustainably improve incomes and food and nutrition security for 201,500 rural highland farming households in tribal villages in 12 districts located in Mizoram and Nagaland States.
Zoram Mega Food Park is being set up in Aizawl.
Two industrial estates in Hmunhmeltha and Kolasib.
Mizoram state roads connecting north-eastern states to Bangladesh and Myanmar.
Aizawl has been identified in Mizoram for urban development under the SCM project.
A new airport project in the state, with investment of US$100m (fully GoI funded) has already been cleared.
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