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The government is considering expanding the definition of infrastructure sector with a view to promoting industrial activity and boosting economic growth in the next financial year. "Although the definition of infrastructure is there in the Income
Shares of infrastructure companies have seen losses in January...Tata Power (-8.38%) and Voltas (-7.74%) are the prominent losers in the last month. Mutual fund schemes dedicated to Infrastructure theme too have lost 1.16% on an average in last month.
The Finance Ministry is looking at the possibility of relaxing norms for insurance companies to attract more funds for the infrastructure sector as part of efforts to prop-up the sagging economy. During their meeting with Finance Minister P
29 IST Malini Bhupta in Mumbai O ver the last one month, the market's views on infrastructure have turned positive again and the CNX Infrastructure Index has gained 7.3 per cent. Top-notch brokerages are coming out with extensive reports on the
Infrastructure concerns have always figured prominently in all recent budgets...The requirement of funds for infrastructure has been mounting year after year. The government has estimated that during the XII Plan infrastructure investment will go up
Canadian pension funds are interested in investing in the infrastructure projects in the country, provided regulatory hurdles are addressed by the government. "Big pension funds from Canada are interested to invest in infrastructure sector in India.
W ith rising input costs and high interest rates, growth in eight key infrastructure sectors slowed down to 2.3 per cent in September from 3.3 per cent a year ago. Coal, natural gas and fertiliser showed decline in output raising concerns for the
Investment in the infrastructure sector is likely to fall short by five per cent of the target of Rs 20,56,150 crore for the 11th Five Year Plan ending March 2012, according to the Plan panel's projections. "Owing to the impact of global downturn,
Indian employers predict steady headcount growth during the October-December period, with 56 percent predicting an increase in headcount, 27 percent forecasting a decrease and 17 percent anticipating no change, according to a survey conducted by
May 30, 2011 18:59 After sixty-five years of independence, India is still often referred to as a developing country and its long-term growth seems to have stagnated at 8 percent. A direct consequence of this pause in economic growth has been the