DMIC

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AcronymDefinition
DMICDoor Mounted Inflatable Curtain
DMICDelhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor
DMICDelaware Manufacturing Industries Corporation (Wheatfield, NY)
DMICDiscrete Memoryless Interference Channel
DMICDTIC (Dacarbazine)-Mediated Immunogenic Changes
DMICDoor-Mounted Inflatable Curtain (automobile product)
DMICDisaster Management Information Centre (Ministry of Food and Disaster Management; Bangladesh)
DMICDonegal Mutual Insurance Company (Marietta, PA)
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Information technology company IBM (NYSE: IBM) and the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation Ltd (DMICDC) in India, on Thursday announced the completion of a digital plan for Dighi Port Industrial Area, Maharashtra.
The Project is one of the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Projects being promoted jointly by the Japanese and Indian governments, involving the construction of industrial parks between Delhi and Mumbai (approximately 1,500 km) utilizing private sector capital.
The other highlights include a 1,000 MW gas-based power plant and multi-modal logistics park in the Talegaon area on the outskirts of Pune, as part of the state government's initiatives under the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC).
Global Connectivity: Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor, Delhi to Mumbai, India
5 billion for the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor, a project which effectively tries to address India's yawning infrastructure deficit by having the Japanese build it for us.
The move to build the plant in the area, an important base under the Japanese-Indian infrastructure project known as the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor, would mark Suzuki's first step to boost its overseas production since it decided this week to undo its alliance with the German auto giant Volkswagen AG and pursue a course of its own.
Construction work on the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) is likely to commence soon, as the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation (DMICDC) is expected to invite bids for a dozen projects, to come up along the corridor.
AHPPL) is strategically located close to the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) along the West coast of India which accounts for a major part of the Indian trade.
According to an industry estimate, this would result in a material cost escalation in the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor project.
He also informed the participants that after the implementation of Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC), the container travel time will reduce from existing 14 days to 14 hours.
Discussions on the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) and the high-speed train are likely to be held.