Investment in infra serves as a catalyst to foster economic development Investing in infrastructure generates a robust multiplier impact through multiple avenues. As India takes giant strides towards sustainable and inclusive growth, the significance of investment in infrastructure development serving as a vital catalyst for fostering economic development is inevitable, writes Sandeep Upadhyay, MD – Infrastructure...
The logistics sector has emerged as an asset in India’s real estate market Supply chain diversification will continue to create demand, leading to an increase in leasing activity. Demand centres would witness more robust leasing as several occupiers prefer to locate their warehouses closer to consumption hubs to reduce transportation costs, writes Anshuman Magazine, Chairman &...
The logistics sector generates mass employment and is a key revenue earner for the government. In order to improve the competencies of the logistics sector, the Goods and Services Tax (GST) should be implemented without further delay, which could result in potential savings of around $200 billion and lead to streamlining of the taxation structure and reduce inventory maintenance costs.
Most of the start-up stories that make it to the front page depict an entrepreneur under the Bodhi tree having a vision or brainwave that presents itself in the form of an answer to a persistent question. However, on the other side of the mountain are the entrepreneurs who gather years, even decades, of intel on an issue, through observation, trial and error, and, in order to provide a solution that is current, state-of-the-art and right on the money.
That our countryÂ´s GDP growth rate is going to get a bump-up if the Goods and Services Tax was to be implemented, is a consensus among many experts, as well as the industry bodies, although they may differ regarding the extent of push GST is likely to give our economy, with the quantum suggested varying from 1-3 per cent of incremental increase in growth
With the decks cleared for setting up of a second major port in Andhra Pradesh, the state is set to receive a significant boost for its logistics sector. Once the second major port in Prakasham district commissioned, the State will have two major ports, the other being the countryÂ’s premier Visakhapatnam Port.