Indian leisure PPPs unveiled

5 March 2013 India’s ministry for tourism has proposed a number of leisure PPPs to increase tourists and generate revenue.

The ministry is said to be looking at developing attractions such as amusement parks and ropeways.

Other tourism infrastructure investment said to be taking place this year includes the building of budget accommodation, wayside amenities and signages.

The government has set a target of increasing the foreign tourist arrivals by 12%.

For the 2013-14 budget, tourism has been made a priority with an increase in 35% of capital allocated. 

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28 May 2016.

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