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Debt Financing: Funding Sustainable Infra

Debt Financing: Funding Sustainable Infra

Sustainable Infrastructure: Debt Financing Shiva Rajaraman, CEO of NIIF IFL, discusses the changes in the infrastructure landscape in the country, policy back-ups and different sources of infrastructure finance that have opened up in the country. With a balance sheet of an impressive Rs.210 billion with zero per cent NPAs, NIIF IFL is an infrastructure debt fund...

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In the HAM of a Dilemma

In the HAM of a Dilemma

Just as with PPP projects, HAM contracts too are finding financial closure to be a challenge. Banks, especially, are wary of putting their money on developers with weak financials and lack of adequate experience. Industry insiders, however, beg to differ.

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There is a need for the regulator to get more teeth

There is a need for the regulator to get more teeth

Sandeep Upadhyay - MD & CEO, Centrum Infrastructure Advisory Ltd, says that a more consultative process involving the NHAI and all stakeholders, by giving due weightage to the lenders, would result in a win-win situation for infrastructure development in India.

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Ashoka Buildcon targets order inflow of Rs 50 billion

Ashoka Buildcon targets order inflow of Rs 50 billion

The company has been the biggest beneficiary of an uptick in orders in roads, due to its dual business exposure and access to Rs 14 billion of cash inflows over FY2016-18E. The company is targeting order inflow of Rs 40-50 billion in the roads segment and Rs 5-8 billion in the power segment.

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Revisiting Dispute Resolution Mechanisms

Revisiting Dispute Resolution Mechanisms

The private sector brings with it the benefit of private funding of the projects and efficiency of operations. ´Public-Private Partnership´ (PPP) has been a relatively flourishing model for infrastructure development in India.

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PAC wants PPP projects under CAG

PAC wants PPP projects under CAG

The Public Accounts Committee strongly favours empowering the Comptroller and Auditor General to examine investment, expenditure and profit aspects in public-private-partnership (PPP) projects.

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Implications on infrastructure

Implications on infrastructure

The amount of Rs.800 cr budgeted for ports and inland waterways appears to be below the potential of these sectors. The Union Budget 2016-17 lists infrastructure among one of the four priority areas.

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If you fail to plan, you plan to fail

If you fail to plan, you plan to fail

The major challenge today for greenfield projects is to ensure that the project is delivered within time and budget and to the required quality. As an international project management, quantity surveying and cost management company, we bring years of experience from multiple locations around the globe to emerging economies like India.

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