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1.We need several $10 bn funds: Montek

FICCI's infrastructure summit in New Delhi, marked by large participation from all sectors, did not witness remarkable announcements, but for the reiteration that infrastructure is likely to miss the 11th Plan target by more than 10 per cent.


2.Cat to manufacture large wheeled loaders in China

Caterpillar plans to build a factory to manufacture large wheeled loaders alongside a proving ground in Jiangsu province in China.


3.China Steel to set up unit in Bharuch

The $8 bn China Steel Corporation (CSC), along with its co-investors, will invest $178 mn in a new plant to produce electrical steel in Bharuch district of Gujarat.


4.BICES 2011

Driven by a philosophy of serving the industry, BICES 2011 will be characterised by an extensive scope of exhibitors on display, internationalised exhibitors, professional visitors and versatile programmes.


5.Cat to manufacture large wheeled loaders in China

Caterpillar plans to build a factory to manufacture lar-ge wheeled loaders alongside a proving ground in Jiangsu province in China. The factory will produce a new model of wheeled loader, that is currently under development at the company’s R&D centre in Wuxi, also in Jiangsu province


6. They bagged it!

Mass housing project RPP Infra Projects has won a mass housing project in the Republic of Gabon from the Ministry of Housing. The contract envisages construction of 10,000 houses over 36 month. Coke oven package NMDC has awarded a Rs 1,978 crore contract to Bhilai Engineering Corporation for the entire coke oven package meant for its upcoming 3 mtpa steel plant in Chhattisgarh.


7.India Coal 2011

India Coal Conference 2011 discussed the viable options present before the coal industry. It also focused on domestic production of coal, its price and the need for a boost to correct the situation.


8.China Steel to set up unit in Bharuch

The $8 bn China Steel Corporation (CSC), along with its co-investors, will invest $178 mn in a new plant to produce electrical steel in Bharuch district of Gujarat. It will be the second largest Taiwanese investment in India.


9.Tough markets for cement in Europe, US

As rising government debt looks to squeeze infrastructure spending, world’s leading cement makers Swiss group Holcim and France’s Lafarge expect the coming years to be tough in Europe and the United States.


10.Power equipment to get domestic push

India is planning to expand manufacturing capacity of its power generation equipment to meet the growing demand and address concerns about imported Chinese equipment.