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Government seeks to restructure IIFCL

IIFCL to access Rs 1.1 tn


Opportunity amid Adversity

Millions of piped water connections have been provided during the COVID-19 pandemic, reports CW.


Budget 2020:Rs.220 bn outlay for power, renewable energy sector in FY2021

The government has proposed a Rs.220 bn outlay for renewables and power sector in 2020-21 for realising its goal of 24 x 7 electricity for all and providing freedom to consumers to choose service provider and tariff.


The government will spend in public investment-related programmes

After the Union Budget 2020 announcement on February 1, 2020, as a first-of-its-kind initiative, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman along with her team embarked upon an outreach programme across cities


National Logistics Policy to be released soon

The policy will create a single window e-logistics market and focus on generation of employment, skills and make MSMEs competitive.


Medium to long term outlook positive; challenges in the immediate to short term

One of the biggest issues being faced by the construction industry was the availability of finance and liquidity


National Logistics Policy to soon be released

Policy to create a single window e- logistics market


Avoid a hard landing

The UPA government subjected the infrastructure sector to policy paralysis, environment clearance roadblocks and high-intensity redtape


The Budget Remix: By Pratap Padode, Editor-in-Chief, CW

The Budget has not achieved the objective it was due to accomplish in toto. It does not lay a long-term vision for growth. It also fails to simplify taxation.


Budget 2020 benefits the freight and logistics sector

National Logistic Policy to lead to operational efficiency for freight operators


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