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About the Serchhip district
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Brief About Serchhip District
District HQ : SERCHHIP

Distance from State Capital (In KM): 112

Area (In Sq.KM) 3576

Sub Divisions: SERCHHIP N. VANLAIPHAI THENZAWL

Towns of the District: SERCHHIP

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Poor farmers in Mizoram to benefit massively from oil palm plan
October 03, 2006
The Mizoram government is bringing together agro-industrial companies, multinationals and cooperatives to implement the scheme. Godrej Agvovet Limited, Foods Fats and Fertilizers Ltd and Palmtech India have committed to investing €43/US$55 million each to start their work to develop oil palm trees on an area of 100,000 hectares in the Kolasib, Mamit, Serchhip and Lunglei districts of the state. Agriculture minister H. Rammawi says "The detailed survey by the multinationals clearly indicated that the climatic conditions of the state are best suited for the cultivation [of oil palms]".

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