Large part of economy gets formalised India needs to develop a credible system of mapping job creation or any other reverse trend, at least in the formal sector so that the government’s policies along with those of several other sectors such as financial markets, consumer
India to develop export-oriented manufacturing Work in progress on a new policy on electronics manufacturing in segments like automotive, defence, medical and power, to reduce imports. Industry feedback would be incorporated in the National Electronics Policy, which is expected in the coming months.
Govt. must incentivise private players India’s gross defence budget is expected to reach US$112 billion (bn) by FY27 from US$45 billion announced by the Government in 2018-19, owing to significant steps been taken by the Centre to bolster country’s position as a major aerospace and
Lenders warned of risks for focusing on retail finance Banks are deploying credit over-enthusiastically in retail finance such as personal loans, credit card overdrafts, vehicle loans while witnessing negative growth in key infrastructure sectors like telecom, power and roads, an ASSOCHAM paper has said.
Rs.1.2 lakh crore projects under implementation in state Showing a handsome revival in business sentiment in the last one year, as many as 248 projects involving an investment of Rs 1.20 lakh crore are under implementation in Punjab, with considerable cut in time taken for
REIT receives enthusiastic response Easy and dedicated access to institutional financing, higher limit on external commercial borrowings (ECB) will attract more investments and assure sustained growth of affordable housing in India, making it the core driving segment for real estate.
Aviation need US$15trn investment over 10-15 years The Government is re-aligning its schemes and is making lots of investments to leverage humongous opportunities in the leasing industry, a top official said at an ASSOCHAM event held in New Delhi 4 May 2018.
Be transparent to Investors and society The Indian stock market is showing an increasing tendency for a zero tolerance for any perceived dishonesty on the part of companies, expecting them to remain fully transparent and compliant in corporate governance and has severely punished the companies
Imports covers 75% of the Rs.26,048 crore market The Indian MedTech market may see twofold rise as its size in value terms to Rs.55,040 crore by 2020 from the current level of Rs.26,048, growing at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15% against the
ASSOCHAM calls for urgent fixing financing Inability of the banks, reeling under the mammoth problem of non-performing assets (NPA) to lend, coupled with lack of appetite for fresh investment by highly indebted India Inc has resulted in most of the industry sectors reporting negative growth