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Wooing investors to unlock India’s infrastructure potential

Wooing investors to unlock India’s infrastructure potential

India’s infrastructure growth: Initiatives, investments, and reforms. The India-Saudi Arab-Europe Economic Corridor proposed during the recent G20 summit to improve connectivity and economic cooperation between India, Saudi Arabia and Europe will be a major shot in the arm for the Indian infrastructure sector, says Santhosh Kumar, Vice Chairman, ANAROCK Group. The Indian government has taken concerted...

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Eyeing the four ‘I’s for India’s economic advancement!

Eyeing the four ‘I’s for India’s economic advancement!

Four pillars of India’s growth: infra, investment, innovation, & inclusion. Presently, the Indian economy is undergoing a transformative phase, driven by four essential pillars: infrastructure, investment, innovation, and inclusion. These pillars are instrumental in shaping the future of India’s economic growth, says K V B Reddy, MD & CEO, L&T Metro Rail (Hyderabad) Ltd. The four...

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Strengthening Infrastructure

Strengthening Infrastructure

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.

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Rs. 6 trillion Master Stroke

Rs. 6 trillion Master Stroke

This Union Budget came against the backdrop of a raft of reforms, economic slowdown and fiscal stress. While the Budget proposals will incrementally contribute to economic expansion with its de facto elements of stimulus, the pace of growth will largely be due to factors outside the Budget.

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Timely Fixes

Timely Fixes

Historically, infrastructure projects in India have been funded on a mix of debt and equity. The current trends suggest so. Over the past 15 days, as many as three initial public offerings-IRB, HUDCO and PSP Projects - have hit Dalal Street, raising more than Rs 6,000 crore, a testimony to the fact that the bond market is gaining pace after the 2008 turmoil.

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Infra-vestment | Follow the Money

Infra-vestment | Follow the Money

India will need $1.5 trillion of investment in infrastructure over the next 10 years. Of this nearly $10 billion is required in sewage treatment plants. Similarly, about $8 billion is required to be invested in ensuring regular drinking water supply.

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