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  Bombay First has come a long way since its inception and we are now proud to have been able to truly create a public-private partnership for major urban regeneration of the city.
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To enhance the quality of the citizens of Mumbai and improve the economic and social fabric of the city. In short, to transform Mumbai into a world-class city, one of the best places in which to live and do business in.
Bombay First is an initiative to make the city a better place to live, work and invest in. It aims to serve the city with the best that private business can offer. It will achieve this by addressing the problems of today and the opportunities of tomorrow, through partnerships with government, business and civil society.

"When we talk of a present resurgent Asia, people think of the great changes that have come about in Shanghai. But we can transform Mumbai in the next five years in such a manner that people will forget about Shanghai and Mumbai will become a talking point"
- Hon'ble Prime Minister of India

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