Southern India’s Kerala state plans to create a 1,000-acre (400-hectare) zone called "Smart City," where technology companies from around the world will be invited to set up operations, an official said Friday.
The area, outside Cochin city, will include office space, residences, schools and an entertainment complex, said Kerala’s Industry Minister P. K. Kunjalikutty.
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