Union Commerce Minister Suresh Prabhu Sunday said that India had “late-mover advantage” when compared to the Western world in creating infrastructure in a “green, clean and environment-friendly” way.
He added that construction could be the biggest contributor to the “green concept” and this, in turn, could make the world better. Prabhu was speaking at the inaugural function of a state-of-the-art green building of cement major ACC and Goa’s Alcon group in Kundaim Industrial Estate in Ponda.
Speaking about green buildings in the Indian context, Prabhu said. “So far, India is a country where much of our infrastructure is yet to be constructed. That is a good thing because we have late mover advantage.” Read more
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