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In a bid attract more investment in the port sector the Ministry of Shipping is finally coming out with a decision to remove Tariff Authority of Major Ports (TAMP) control over major ports in this month end, a senior ministry official said here today. The move is one of the reform processes towards the de-regulation.
Regulatory and clearance delays may be necessary evils in infrastructure projects, especially those under PPP. But as N Muruganandam, Joint Secretary, Union Ministry of Shipping, elaborates, the government's ambitious plans of port infrastructure development
Media reports indicate that the government may take steps to develop financial markets in the country, as part of its economic reform drive. In this regard, the government may launch financial instruments intended to encourage foreign sovereign wealth funds to invest long-term money in India. The Indian government is desperately trying to attract foreign investment into the Indian financial market in order to bridge the high current account defic
Union Oil Minister M Veerappa Moily informed that India may have LNG re-gasification capacity of over 50 million tonne per annum (mtpa) by 2016-17 with a supply of 198 million standard cubic metre per day. Currently, India has 18.6 mt of re-gasification capacity - 10 mt terminal at Dahej and 3.6 mt plant at Hazira in Gujarat