PORVORIM: In line with the vision of Prime Minister of India, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant today the state of Goa is committed to transform the industrial landscape by enhancing ease of doing business and making it a hub for exports.
CM Sawant was addressing the press conference after launching the new logo of Goa Industrial Corporation.
“We are committed to transform the industrial landscape by enhancing ease of doing business and making it a hub for exports. Today we have launched the new Logo for IDC which speaks for itself and is green,” said Sawant.
He further said that more and more investment should come to Goa for which we are launching Invest Goa 2024 from January 29 at Taj Convention Centre.
Sawant further also highlighted Goa-IDC Industrial Regulations Policy 2023 wherein the state government simplified processes with single window clearance for land allotment and construction.
“Logistics, Warehousing, IT, and IT enabled services given industry status.” Liberalized transfer and sub-lease mechanisms allowing ease of exit for businesses,” said Sawant.
He also said that under the policy there are incentives for women entrepreneurs, intellectual property holders, startups and for sustainability measures.
“Commercial plots and 20% of industrial plots available through simplified auction route,” he added.
Industries Minister Mauvin Godinho stated that the new regulations 2023 is the government’s commitment to promoting sustainability and transparency in the process of plot allotment.
Goa-IDC chairman and MLA Aleixo Reginaldo Lourenco stated that the new regulations place a strong emphasis on standardising and simplifying all processes of plot allotment.
“This strategic move is designed to enhance efficiency and clarity in the management of allocated plots,”. he added.
He said that Corporation initiated the comprehensive reforms of the laws and regulations governing the functioning of Goa-IDC with an objective to align with the Goa Logistics and Warehousing Policy 2023 and Goa Industrial and Investment Policy 2022.