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1.Budget 2020 to focus on economic growth by boosting real estate

The upcoming Budget has more pressing and urgent issues that cry out for attention – and remedial action


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 sectors’ 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 needs an economic vision

Chandrababu Naidu’s ire is not unjustified as he raked up the issue of the cancellation of orders on projects relating to trunk infrastructure, built over 34,000 acre that he had managed to obtain from farmers under land pooling.


5.Infra spending by states needs to rise 3.5x next decade

Need huge fiscal facilitation, leap in institutional capacity and policy dexterity


6.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.


7.We will share an extensive report with NHAI on proposed resolutions to impediments received from stakeholders

Pratap Padode, Founder & President, FIRST Construction Council, said at the recently concluded India Construction Festival 2019


8.We are planning Rs 14 trillion worth of investment in the next five years

Nagendra Nath Sinha, Chairman, NHAI, announced at the recently concluded India Construction Festival 2019


9.The Big 5 Construct Qatar

Giving a push to the country’sNational Vision 2030, The Big 5 Construct Qatar, held from September 23-25, 2019, welcomed more than 150 exhibitors for its second edition


10.We will share an extensive report with NHAI on proposed resolutions to impediments received from stakeholders at the India Construction Festival

The ‘Infrastructure Sector’, as we know it today, was born in 2001 when then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee launched the Golden Quadrilateral project to kickstart the Indian economy, which had suffered a series of jolts beginning with the Asian financial crisis of 1997 to the dotcom bust in the year 2000, where several companies inspired by the Internet boom failed financially.


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