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India's manufacturing sector has always given a big boost to the country's economic growth and development, backing GDP, creating employment and attracting foreign investment.
Despite the prevailing global uncertainties, rising needs of better infrastructure, modernised methods of agriculture and growing complexity of mining or manufacturing methods will boost demand for technologically advanced equipment in these industries.
A lifeline to India’s realty landscape, the whipped appetite of private equity funds is changing the dynamics of the sector. Titled ‘Decoding PE funds in Indian realty 2017,’ the latest report by Knight Frank India dissects the emerging trends in capital movements by private equity players.
For many years, most Indian developers’ portfolios were dominated by residential projects, and many dedicated only a miniscule percentage to the office asset class.
Thanks to fresh investments, supply and interest this sector, the Indian logistics industry is set to reach the next level. Although India is down the rungs on the Logistics Performance Index (India stood 35th among 160 countries in World Bank’s 2016 study) in comparison to some of the top regional markets, launch of GST and huge investments from global players will help the sector grow manifold.
Interarch showcases its significant role in constructing the infrastructure and warehousing space for the Indospace Logistics Park in Jhajjar, Haryana.
The GST regime has many provisions to address the concerns of medium and small enterprises and small entrepreneurs.The law provides for an exemption threshold whereby it is not mandatory for a business whose aggregate turnover in a financial year is less than Rs 20 lakh (Rs 10 lakh for special category states) to register.
Nagpur has been in the news ever since the political capital shifted under the current regime. All roads now lead to this 'orange' city which has always been a 'capital in waiting'.