AN extra $180 million of finance is to be made available for industrial support projects, says Industry Director-General Denise Yue. The provision is for the 1994-1995 financial year and subject to the government's annual estimates approval. The funds are expected to be available from April onwards and will be administered by the Industry Department on the advice of the Industry and Technology Development Council (ITDC). ''This would help strengthen the local industrial infrastructure and enhance the competitiveness of local industries,'' Ms Yue said. ''To be eligible for funding support, projects should be able to contribute to the overall industrial or technological development of Hong Kong and to the competitiveness of Hong Kong's manufacturing industry,'' she said. Projects to be funded should be non-profit making in nature except for the purpose of self-sufficiency in the long-term, she added. Examples of projects are those which aim to provide a communal industry support service, introduce new techniques of manufacturing, increase productivity, or enhance the structural support to industry. The Director-General of Industry has the authority to approve projects costing less than $10 million. Projects which cost more would have to be endorsed by the Finance Committee of the Legislative Council.