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1.India is our second most important market for our Structures business

The $10-trillion construction sector is expected to become the third largest market by 2030, contributing around 15 per cent to GDP and achievingthe highest employability after the agriculture sector.


2.Logistics leasing crossed 13 mn sq ft in H1 2019; records 31per cent growth YoY

Logistics leasing in the country has recorded a growth of 31 per cent on a yearly basis, crossing 13 million sq ft, as per a CBRE South Asia report titled ‘India Industrial and Logistics Market View, H1 2019’. Mumbai, Chennai and Bengaluru accounted for more than 60 per cent of the leasing activity


3.Infra boost for Kashmir projects

The state will witness infrastructural development, with the Centre having proposed several big infrastructure and transport projects, including the devlopment of satellite townships, LRTS corridors, railway line, Zojila Pass tunnel, among others.


4.The decision-making process and awarding of railway contracts need to be faster

At present, Tata Projects is executing works on important stretches of the Eastern and Western Dedicated Freight Corridors


5.Containerised transport key driver of demand for reach stackers

Certain geographic pockets are growing the demand for reach stackers.


6.Execution challenges prevail in capital-intensive metro-rail projects

Construction period and capital-investment make debt servicing a challenge


7.Impact of Central Road Fund provision

Will amendments in CRF provisions proposed in the recent Budget hit NHAI?


8.Multi-modal infrastructure steers India's real estate growth

In line with its aim to enter the US$ 5 trillion club economy by 2025 – which is highly dependent on real estate and infrastructure – the government has taken a multi-modal approach towards infrastructure development in the country over the last five years.


9.Who’s buying earthmoving machines?

Which sectors will drive demand for earthmovers?


10.Indian Railways in plans to introduce 10 new bullet train routes

10 new corridors of 6,000 km is in plans for high-speed rail projects.