- With an area of 78,440 Sq. km, the State shares its border with all North-Eastern States other than Sikkim
- It also shares its international border with Bangladesh and Bhutan. Geographically, the State is located closer to the growing ASEAN economies. Assam’s existing and ongoing infrastructural initiatives makes it the ideal staging ground for businesses aiming to cater to the ASEAN and BBIN markets
- Assam has an extensive network of road and railways which is being augmented (National Highways of 3834 km and State Highways of 2530 km). The State has also 2091.81 km railway network on broad gauge). Additionally, Assam has six operational airstrips viz. Guwahati, Dibrugarh, Jorhat, Lilabari, Silchar and Tezpur.
- As of March 2017, Assam had a total installed power generation capacity of 1599.65 MW, of which 364.7 MW is produced by State Utility.
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