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Govt takes PLIs back to the drawing board amid critical challenges

With this signature manufacturing scheme facing critical challenges, the government is reworking parts of the programme in consultation with companies

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PIL | Niti Aayog | Electric Vehicles

Surajeet Das Gupta  |  New Delhi 



PLI, Product-linked scheme, electronics, manufactuing, jobs, companies, research, mobile, smartphone, employment, tech
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It’s a massive gamble that could bring in Rs 30-35 trillion in incremental manufacturing revenues from 15 sectors in the next five years. Yet the absence of chest thumping was notable a few weeks ago when announced its first-ever disbursement of Rs 53 crore to electronic manufacturing services (EMS) player Dixon Technologies under the production-linked incentive (PLI) scheme.

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First Published: Wed, September 21 2022. 19:17 IST

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