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Initial validity of Industrial License for Defence Sector revised to 15 years- (Ministry of Commerce and Industry) (22 Sep 2015)



The initial validity of Industrial License for the defence sector has been revised to 15 years, further extendable up to 18 years for existing and future licenses. The benefit of extension cannot be availed in the case of licences that have expired.

Relevant : Guidelines for Extension of validity of Industrial License MANU/INDP/0012/2014 Streamlining The Procedure For Grant of Industrial Licenses MANU/INDP/0025/2014


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