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Mineral Policy
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Today, economists view mineral exploitation and consumption as barometers of industrial & economic development of a region.
       
Directly or indirectly, minerals act as basic raw materials for strategic industries, and they are important ingredients of a State's economy. These resources, being finite and non-renewable, need to be managed wisely. A rational, long-term policy is required for their ideal development and utilization.
 
Presenting Gujarat State 's First Mineral Policy (2003) : Gujarat_Mineral_Policy_2003.pdfGujarat_Mineral_Policy_2003.pdf
A forward-looking policy has been formulated in accordance with concerns of environment protection, mines safety and natural resources conservation. The broad guidelines of this policy are: optimum utilization of minerals with minimum wastage; and maximum mineral revenue generation through value additions. It also ensures that the present and future demand projections and development priorities are in accordance with India 's National Mineral Policy.
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   Mineral Production
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