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The Battlefields

The Battlefields
The Battlefields
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Airports
Mukesh plans to build a cargo airport at the Haryana SEZ. Anil's plans in this sector could take a hit in the future. Although Anil has offered to build the airport, Mukesh is likely to call for open bids from interested parties. If Mukesh is able to successfully implement the project, he might decide to also bid for future commercial airports.

Power
Mukesh is also setting up a 2,000-MW captive power plant at the Haryana SEZ. But the capacity that's envisaged will leave him with enough surplus power. In case, future policies allow sale of power from SEZs to outside parties, Mukesh will get a strong toehold in the power sector and will be able to compete openly with Anil's Reliance Energy.

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