Two-thirds of the infrastructure investment, as per the revised plan, was to be funded by the public sector (central and state governments) while the remaining one-third was to come from the private sector.
Alternate Investment Funds may soon be flush with money after the RBI notified that NRIs and foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) will be allowed to invest and trade in this category of funds.
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