While Rajasthan has a low industrial base at present, it has certain basic advantages. It has a rich and varied mineral base and large livestock resources. The Rajasthan Canal offers potential for commercial farming and agro based industries. The State has a conducive labour environment and a stable law and order situation. Its people have a vast variety of traditional skills which can be harnessed to boost the nation's exports. At the same time it has an adequate institutional set-up for imparting training in skills required by the modern industrial enterprises. Its proximity to Delhi, the focal point of all trading activity in the northern region, provides tremendous potential for any manufacturing activity in the State. Industrial towns in Rajasthan are directly linked with many towns in Punjab and Haryana with their booming markets as also with important industrial towns in Gujarat and Maharashtra. As such the State is strategically located to cater to both the Northern and the Western markets. With its numerous forts, palaces, museums and natural attractions, Rajasthan also offers significant potential for investments in tourism and related service industries. Finally, the State Government is committed to accelerating the pace of industrialization in the State and has recently been demonstrating this commitment in various ways like improving the package of incentives offered to entrepreneurs, streamlining procedures, offering single window services etc.