India Ratings and Research agency has maintained a negative outlook on the infrastructure sector for FY-18, with varied outlooks on individual sectors.
What has prevailed in the last 1000 years is not going to change in the foreseeable future. Merchant ships will continue to be the major means of trade across the oceans of the world. Warships will continue to provide international maritime security, keeping our sea lanes of communication safe and navigable for calm and peaceful trade.
Growth of infrastructure and construction as well as metals and mining sectors is likely to remain stressed in FY15 as high leverage levels may constrain the ability of some corporates to access credit, a report by India Ratings and Research said.
Piramal Enterprise plans to raise Rs 375 cr through issue of commercial papers in 3 maturities - October maturity CPs for Rs 50 cr, early November papers for Rs 225 cr and December maturity papers for Rs 100 cr. The paper would carry an interest of 11.75 percent. The company has operations in several segments within healthcare, life sciences and financial
The huge infrastructure investment target in the next five years in India presents great opportunity for Australian companies, a recent submission to the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade (DFAT) by researchers Amal Varghese and others shows. An opportunity exists for Australia to play a larger role in facilitating the financing (through structures such as public private partnerships) and leading practice governance models to support large infrastructure proje