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Infrastructure Bulletin
Basic infrastructure in India has developed disproportionate to the requirements of industry and population. With the government aiming for 9 to 10% annualized growth in GDP, infrastructure has to be...
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Infrastructure Debt Funds (“IDFs”) were mooted in the budget speech of 2011-2012 as notified special vehicles to attract foreign funds for financing infrastructure development projects.1 Accordingly, in order to augment
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Infrastructure is the catalyst for creating road networks, improving standards of living and business environment of a country. Any national economic development is linked with its infrastructural development
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Infrastructure has become the focus of the Indian economy. As development of infrastructure is a precursor for growth, the government has tried to emphasize its importance in its plans and...
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Infrastructure projects are massive projects involving players who are required to prove their mettle before contracts can be actually awarded to them. The government decides the extent of private participation...
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