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La construction d'une vaste région économique au nord-ouest de l'Inde : le corridor de développement Delhi-Mumbai

Abstract : The emergence of a large developing region in the Northwest of India appears clear from the mid-1990s and asserts its existence since the 2000s. Delhi and Mumbai, the two most powerful urban areas of the country, hold an essential place in this strong economic region stretching from Punjab to the Northern part of Maharashtra. From the 2000s, this area gets official recognition with the establishment of the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Project Corridor by the Indian State in 2007. This paper aims to present the different stages of development of this area, which plays a key role in the process of globalization in India.
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Philippe Cadene. La construction d'une vaste région économique au nord-ouest de l'Inde : le corridor de développement Delhi-Mumbai. Bulletin de l'Association de géographes français, Association des Géographes Français, 2017, L’émergence de l’Inde. Dynamiques métropolitaines, ouverture maritime, 94 (1), ⟨10.4000/bagf.302⟩. ⟨halshs-02541064⟩

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