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Tamil Nadu MSMEs Urge for 50% Procurement Quote under New Procurement Policy

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The new procurement policy seems to have impressed the interest levels of MSMEs towards government-oriented business. The Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) owners in Tamil Nadu have asked the state government to ensure that public sector undertakings and corporates in the state should procure 50 per cent of orders within the state. Though, as per the procurement policy recommendations and guidelines, only upto 30% total PSU’s or Govt Dept’s procurement should come from MSMEs

According to owners, this will help sectors like manufacturing and job which are in a state of crisis now because of the slowdown in the automobile sector.

Reportedly, owners claimed that currently big firms from the state were procuring only 10-15 per cent from within the state and often depends on other states and other countries for maximum of their spare parts and components procurements.

To get rid of rented problems, they also sought the state to construct multi-floored industrial estates through Small Industries Development Corporation (SIDCO) and give it to micro industries in the district, which function out of rented facilities.

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