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1.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.

2.ICRA: Amended InvIT, REIT regulations to widen investor base

The amended regulations are likely to result in increased penetration of these financial instruments

3.REITs: A boon to DLF, Prestige, Indiabulls, Essar to sell their stake to international institutional investors

The Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) reform was heralded as the initiative that would bring depth to Indian commercial realty.

4.What’s hot in realty finance: Debt or equity, residential or commercial, affordable housing or premium property?

Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act (RERA), demonetisation, the Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) and the Goods and Services Tax (GST) are transformational reforms that are expected to bring transparency, efficiency and credibility to the sector.

5.REITs, InvITs may help raise Rs 50,000 crore: Assocham-Crisil report

The real estate investment trusts (REITs) and infrastructure investment trusts (InvITs) can help raise close to Rs 50,000 crore in the near-term, given certain players’ interest in the infrastructure and real estate space, according to a report.

6.CREDAI and Cushman & Wakefield release report on Embracing Change

CREDAI in partnership with Cushman & Wakefield released a report entitled ¨Embracing Change-Exploring Growth Market for Indian Housing¨.

7.Outlook 2016

Where are the roads, railways, metro, power, water, airports, ports and real estate sectors headed in 2016? CW showcases expert opinions from each sector to learn what´s in store in the year to come.

8.Fair Player

Contractors are beaming, all thanks to UK Sinha, Chairman, Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).

9.Decoding the Budget

The Indian construction industry has grown consistently in the recent past. The overall gross value addition (at current prices) has been around 8.04 per cent and around 26.87 per cent of the overall industry sector´s contribution.

10.Positive Changes in the Offing

In the light of the shift in power at the Centre, RAJENDRA VARMA talks about the boost in confidence and hope for the construction and infrastructure industry. VThe decisive change of government has instilled a lot of confidence in corporate, business owners and real estate companies.