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India planning to build three ports and 50,000km of roads

1 June 2016

The Indian logistics industry is currently fragmented and under developed but can expect to see an annual growth of 8.6% between 2015 and 2020, according to new research.

A study by the consultancy Frost & Sullivan found the country’s logistics costs were high, largely because of poor physical and communication infrastructure, slow turnaround at ports, low levels of “containerisation” and a complex tax system that held up cargo at border crossing points.

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