Despite price sensitivity of the Indian market remaining a major challenge, Conrad Latham, General Manager, Atlas Copco Compressor Technique, India cites that to be competitive in India, the global players are willing to pay for the value of options that are normally associated with improved energy efficiencies like variable speed drive compressors, permanent magnetic motors, cost-effective adsorption dryers or even higher IE-rated motors.
In an exclusive interview with CW, Jayesh Ranjan, Secretary, Department of IT, Electronics and Communication, Government of Telangana, talks to RAHUL KAMAT about how T-Hub, optic fibre network, Phase-2 of the metro and new sectors like aerospace and defence are attracting investments in the state.
The 14th edition of Municipalika, a three-day exhibition and conference on Smart and Sustainable Cities, organised at CIDCO Exhibition Centre, Navi Mumbai, from 18th to 20th May, ended on a high note, providing valuable insights and solutions for urban infrastructure and housing development in India.
A knowledge and strategy paper on Â‘Sustainable Infrastructure with PlasticsÂ’ has been released at the national conference organised by FICCI jointly with Department of C&PC, and Organization of Plastics Processors of India (OPP) at the FICCI headquarters in New Delhi.
With the adverse effect of demonetisation still looming over the country, the New Year will witness industry bigwigs - both international and homegrown Ã¹ queuing up to invest in IndiaÂ´s most industrially developed state, Gujarat. The occasion, Vibrant Gujarat (in its 8th edition), is all geared up to welcome the investors from all across the world.
It has been proved again that Maharashtra is the most preferred destination for investment. And in the Make in India week, everyone could see that out of the total Rs 15 lakh crore worth memorandums of understanding signed, more than Rs 8 lakh crore were signed by the Government of Maharashtra.