Tripura, the third smallest state in the country, is bordered on three sides by Bangladesh.
A power surplus state, Tripura supplies power to Bangladesh.
Opportunities in sectors such as bio-fuels and eco-tourism.
Rubber, tea-based industries form the prime share industries.
Tripura has ranked 1st in Ease of Doing Business in Northeast.
US$ 7.86bn GSDP recorded during fiscal year 2019-20.
Bamboo producing hub in India, with 21 species of bamboo and a total cultivated area of 7,195 ha.
largest producer of rubber in the country. It has over 60,000 hectares of total area under cultivation.
largest tea producing state in India, with a total production of 9.5m kg. Cultivation is driven by favourable agro-climatic conditions.
international border with Bangladesh, which offers enormous potential for international trade.
3rd international internet gateway in India (after Mumbai and Chennai) is operational in Agartala.
The state is the largest producer of True Potato Seed. It is also surplus producer of certified HYV paddy, mustard seed.
Any industrial enterprise to which the Scheme-2017 applies shall be considered for grant of incentives as per the Scheme-2017 only on securing an “Incentives Eligibility Certificate” in such format and from the competent authority to be notified by the State Government.
Dharampal Satyapal Group has invested more than US$15.4m in a rubber thread plant and a steel plant.
GPT Infraprojects is executing projects for Tripura PWD and the Airports Authority of India for the Tripura airport.
Sikaria Group has set up a mega Food Park along with the Tripura Government and the Ministry of Food Processing Industries.
North Eastern Electric Power Corp has invested in boosting capacity in the state.
to be set up in Tripura for small and medium enterprises
Industrial Rubber Park in Bodhungnagar, spread across 24 ha
Agartala is the city identified in Tripura, for development under the Smart Cities Mission
worth US$ 371mn are being developed.
India has a well-oiled enterprise promoting machinery that is backed by strong legislative, judiciary, executive, and capital establishments