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1.Infra Push Drives Equipment Demand

Rajesh Nath and Ajmal Fawad write on the infrastructure market trend and the contributions of German equipment manufacturers.


2.The Cornerstones of Nation-Building

Infrastructure and real-estate’s contribution to India’s GDP is the highest at 29.5 per cent, says Pradyumna Mishra.


3.The Cornerstones of Nation-Building

The infrastructure and real-estate sector’s contribution to India’s GDP is the highest at 29.5 per cent, compared to 22.6 per cent for the US and 17.6 per cent for China, says PK MISHRA.


4.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.


5.For our Structures business, India is becoming our second most important market globally

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.


6.Coal India to produce 1 bn tonne of coal by 2024

Coal & Mines Minister announces target on 45th Coal India Foundation Day


7.Sustainable economic stimuli is the need of the hour

Affordable housing, mining, railways have gained prominence and the all-time favourite roads and highways sector is waiting for wings (in terms of finance) to fly.


8.Our budgets may be strained but we need to build the project pipeline and clear the tax and legal hurdles so that FDI can flow in

What’s the situation in the construction industry today? Or let’s say any industry for that matter. There are cracks appearing everywhere. Even fissures at some spots.


9.Research shows an increase in investment in Indian real estate market since 2008

Based on Colliers International India’s (CII) new study, compared to 2008, the total inflow of capital directed towards Indian Real Estate has exceeded by $53 billion


10.Shrinivas Rao, CEO-APAC, Vestian, highlights key takeaways for India’s real estate sector

• The real estate sector, a key component of the country’s growth story, attracted announced investments worth USD 7.2 billion across 65 transactions in the past year