New Indian mega port gets go-ahead


The Indian government has approved the building of a new major port in Vadhavan, near Dahanu in Maharashtra, India

Jawaharlal Nehru Port Authority and Maharashtra Maritime Board are slated to build the port with a 74% and 26% share respectively, at a cost of INR 76,200 crore (€8.54 billion).

The Vadhavan Port will be reportedly built as an all-weather, deep draft mega port in Vadhavan, Palghar District, Maharashtra.

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