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Haryana plans common facility centre for home textiles
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Feb '12
The government of the north Indian state of Haryana is planning to set up Common Facility Centres (CFCs) for home furnishing and textile machinery, and readymade garments.

The two CFCs are among 13 industrial clusters identified by the government under the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) Cluster Development Programme.

The government is proposing to set up CFCs across the state to enhance competitiveness and productivity of MSMEs in Haryana.

The government has identified Panipat for setting up a CFC for home furnishing and textile machinery. It has already prepared a Detailed Project Report (DPR) for the same and submitted to the Ministry of MSME for approval.

Gurgaon, near the nation's capital, New Delhi, has been identified as a suitable location for setting up garments CFC.

The CFCs will have common infrastructure needed for that particular cluster, and will include design centre, testing facility, production unit, training centre, R&D centre, effluent treatment plant (ETP) and other necessary facilities.

For setting up a CFC, the Central Government will provide 70 percent subsidy subject to a cap of Rs. 150 million, while the remaining amount will be shared between the industry and the state government.

Haryana is home to around 80,000 MSME industries that together provide employment to nearly 900,000 persons and produce goods worth Rs. 45 billion every year.

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