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1.Realtors to get sales from small cities

A Crisil Research report expects residential unit sales in 10 smaller cities to account for approximately Rs 18,000 crore in 2012. The report says smaller cities attract real estate developers as they offer price stability and growth prospects. Crisil has said 65 sub-markets in cities like Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Coimbatore.


2.Fastest growing cement companies in India

The raw material of the construction industry lies in the strength of its cement, without which there would be no strong groundwork. India’s cement sector posted a modest recovery in 2011-12 with demand rising 6.6 per cent compared to a mere 4 per cent increase in 2010-11. The sale of cement, rose to 223.02 million tonne in 2011-12 from 209.5 million tonne in 2010-11 whereas production expanded 6.2 per cent to 223.6 million tonne against 210.5 million tonne.


3.Aluminium demand to touch 5 mn tonne

Aluminium demand in the country is expected to touch 5 mt by 2020 and 8 mt by 2025 up from 3.2 mt now.


4.Tough Times

Real estate, which accounts for over 40 per cent of the construction industry's revenue (infrastructure and industrial construction account for the rest) has witnessed significant slowdown in 2017.


5.A whopping Rs 42 lakh crore infrastructure investments seen over the next five years

About Rs 42 lakh crore infrastructure spends lined up till fiscal 2021 amid sharpening government focus on roads, railways, irrigation, and urban infrastructure, according to CRISIL Research. The four segments of roads, railways, irrigation, and urban infrastructure are expected to account for over 68 per cent of infrastructure investments over the next five years.


6.Revival of railways is a Rs 6.7 trillion opportunity: CRISIL

The government’s move to reinvigorate Indian Railways offers unprecedented business opportunities worth Rs 6.7 trillion in the five years to 2020, perhaps the largest anywhere barring China, as per a CRISIL research.


7.12-13 per cent equity IRR seen for first bundle of TOT highways

The equity IRR (internal rate of return) of the first bundle of highways being auctioned under the toll-operate-transfer (TOT) model would range between 12 per cent and 13 per cent, based on the National Highways Authority of India’s (NHAI) initial estimated concession value, an analysis by CRISIL Research shows.


8.Toll-operate-transfer scheme may net Rs 40,000 crore | CRISIL

CRISIL Research estimates that the first 75 operational highway projects tendered under the toll-operate-toll (TOT) model may fetch around Rs 40,000 crore, much lower than what the government had initially estimated.


9.Good Intentions Pave The Highway Sector...

With the Narendra Modi Government proposing to award Rs 500,000 crore worth of highway contracts in the last two years of its tenure, road construction companies are upbeat about the upcoming opportunities, which will span India.


10.SME lending seen growing at 11 per cent CAGR over the next two fiscals

CRISIL Research forecasts 11 per cent CAGR in lending to micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) in India, over the next two fiscals, way faster than the ~7 per cent growth anticipated in bank credit to India Inc.