Cabinet to take up urea policy to revive private investment
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There has been no significant investment in urea capacity in a decade in India. The new policy aims to add about 7-8 million tonnes of fresh production capacity to the country's existing capacity of 22 million tonnes, which would help in meeting the annual demand of 30 million tonnes. This would require an estimated investment of R45,000 crore over the years in the sector.