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industrial park

A planned industrial or technologically-based district of a city; usually intended for light manufacturing, industrial usage, research, or for warehousing; often located in open land near the city or in a renovated urban area.
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Dubai: Dubai Industrial Park will have wi-fi connectivity across all its labour accommodation units at an affordable rate for their more than 14,000 residents.
It was stated by Mohsin Syed, Chief Executive Office (CEO) National Industrial parks management and Development Company while talking to reporters on Wednesday.
That's how the industrial parks here were developed-the private sector bought land, and it took them a long time.
In the first half of 2019, goods worth 300 million manats($176.52 million)was produced in industrial parks, about 50 percent of which were exported.
The two parties also agreed that after reviewing the results of the implementation of the clean industrial park project, it will continue to discuss the research and development of the No.
According to him, 'I am glad that you have made appreciable level of progress in the development of the industrial park; from the analysis given, all is set for investors to come in and I am confident that from the materials available and the conducive environment for industries to thrive, potential investors will get quick return on their investments.'
According to the Industry Consultant's Report, Kimou is the largest electroplating industrial park developer and operator in China in terms of total revenue in 2018.
In the first quarter of the financial year 2019-2020, Rs500 million will be allocated for the provision of electricity to Bin Qasim Industrial Park.
"This strategic agreement with Lootah Real Estate Development to establish Senaeyat in Dubai Industrial Park is a significant step in line with our Group's vision to stimulate investment and business growth in Dubai and the region."
The trip that was meant to benchmark on industrial parks and act as a bonding session for MCAs and the Executive has been criticised by residents who think it was a waste of public funds.
BEIJING is penciled to deliver over $8.37 billion of investments in industrial park development as part of its program for cooperation with Manila signed during Chinese President Xi Jinping's state visit last week.
The two countries recently signed the "Program for cooperation on industrial park development" that will guide Chinese enterprises to invest in the country's industrial parks.

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