Central Government unwilling to consider a PCPIR in Haldia smaller than 25,000 hectares in size

India's Union chemicals & fertilisers minister has stated that the Centre could consider Haldia in West Bengal state for a petroleum chemicals and petrochemicals investment region (PCPIR) only if the state government succeeds in arranging the requisite 25,000. This new development is contrary to an earlier statement that the West Bengal could start developing the PCPIR on a smaller area, and gradually take it up to the required level of 25,000 hectares as only 40% of the total area would be used as processing zone.
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