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1.Budget 2020’s focus on infra is towards regaining private sector confidence

The Union Budget mentioned Rs 100 trillion to be invested on infrastructure over the next five years.


2.Budget 2020 allocation to Sagarmala is lower than the cost of planned initiatives

Budget 2020 has laid emphasis on considering corporatising at least one major port and its listing on stock exchanges.


3.Budget’s capital spend for road min for FY2021 lower than required for Bharatmala

Budget 2020 emphasises on accelerated development of highways to be undertaken


4.Budget proposes Rs 220 billion for power and renewable energy sector in 2020-21

Expansion of national gas grid from the present 16,200 km to 27,000 km has been proposed.


5.Boon for construction companies in the medium term

The proposed Rs 105 trillion infra investment could be a boon for: ICRA


6.RBI permitting banks to lend to InvITs positive

Now, with the availability of bank debt financing, InvIT issuances can further gain prominence, says ICRA


7.360 projects report cost overruns of Rs 3.88 tn

Average time overrun for 550 infra projects reported to be 39.24 months


8.ICRA: Time for a Hybrid Toll Model in road sector

NHAI may revert to BOT(Toll) mode of awards given the increasing financial burden


9.IBC offers little respite to resolution of stressed construction companies

202 construction entities facing financial stress have entered the CIRP and are falling behind considerably


10.Favourable response to the third TOT bundle critical for the success of TOT as a model

Timely monetisation of mature road assets through the toll-operate-transfer (TOT) route will be a critical determining factor in plugging the shortfall in budgetary allocations and fetch requisite funding to support ambitious execution targets set for the Bharatmala programme


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