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The concept of Social Economic Zones (SEZ) in India was first initiated on 1st April 2000. The objective was to enhance foreign investment and provide a competitive and smooth environment for exports. The Ministry of Commerce and Industry stated that out of 373 SEZs, 230 are operational, employing more than 15 lakh people. A bill had been passed permitting SEZs to offer tax rebates to foreign investors.