Tecom to press ahead with SmartCity Kochi in six months
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, January 17 - 2013 at 04:46
Tecom Investments, a member of Dubai Holding, has decided to open an office in the Indian state of Kerala manned by a new team to oversee the implementation of the stalled SmartCity project in Kochi, Khaleej Times has reported. Tecom said after a board meeting in Dubai that it has set aside the budgeted amount for the project that was initially proposed in 2004. The project is to be completed in five-and-a-half years, said Dr Baju George, managing director of SmartCity, Kochi. SmartCity Kochi is one of the first two projects of SmartCity's vision to build a large network of knowledge-based industry townships across the world. The other is SmartCity Malta.
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