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1.Infra slowly getting into action with Budget 2020: CW

Rs 1.70 tn is being allocated for transport infra in the Union Budget 2020-21


2.Tax Concessions extended to Sovereign and Pension funds in Budget 2020

The detailed budget speech, one of the most comprehensive ones in recent past did have some significant positives for sectors like Infrastructure, Power, Banking and NBFC, Agriculture reiterating her focus on Affordable housing, Education and Healthcare sector.


3.Boon for construction companies in the medium term

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


4.Canada Pension Plan Investment Board to invest up to $600 mn through NIIF

The agreement includes a commitment of $150 million in the NIIF Master Fund and co-investment rights of up to $450 million in future opportunities.


5.FM announces $1.4-trillion spend on infrastructure

The move is a key component of India’s ambitious goal to become a $5 trillion economy by 2024


6.The Finance Minister announced spending of USD 1.4 trillion on infrastructure

India is set to spend USD 1.4 trillion on developing its infrastructure in the next five years, according to the Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. The move is seen in the backdrop of the country’s ambitious goal to become a USD 5 trillion economy by 2024.


7.Boost for capital availability for infra projects

SBI, NIIF join hands to provide greater thrust to infra financing


8.Nine cos have bagged contracts for the construction of the Delhi-Mumbai expressway

NHAI has awarded nine of the 40 packages of the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway


9.HDFC and NIIF’s new partnership in an investment platform! What is so special about it?

The National Investment and Infrastructure Fund (NIIF) of India has announced an investment of Rs 6.6 billion in HDFC capital affordable real estate 2 (H-CARE 2), an investment platform, managed by HDFC Capital Advisors, a wholly owned subsidiary of HDFC.


10.Macquarie-Ashoka bags TOT projects for Rs 97 billion

A JV of Macquarie and Ashoka Buildcon has emerged the highest bidder for the Centre’s first batch of toll-operate-transfer (TOT) projects. The company has reportedly bagged projects for Rs 97 billion.


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