Special Economic Zones (SEZ’s) and its Impact on Employment

Honrao Parmeshwar M.


Special economic zones (sez’s) denote geographical area which enjoys special privileges as compared with nonsez area in country. The main motivation was force for a view to boost exports by attracting both India andforeign corporate to undertake investment in these areas. An approach of planning commission to the 11th fiveyear plan in (2006). wide explanation that the Special Economic Zones (SEZs) have been recognized as animportant mechanism for trade and investment promotion, creation of infrastructure, employment generation,promotion of regional development, increase in foreign exchange earnings, improving export competitivenessand transfer of skills and technology.Keywords: Special economic zones (sez’s), employment generation, investment, Development

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