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1.When it would have been reasonable to break even, we continued to report growth

Capacit'e Infraprojects (CIL) embarked on its journey in 2012 and has emerged as one of the most attractive representatives of India’s super high-rise and high-rise building construction segments.

2.India’s fight to handle and manage C&D waste

C&D waste can enhance the material supply chain and support SDG goals

3.India to face Rs 91 bn unexpected bill every year by 2030: Mace report

According to Mace’s new report, up 80 per cent of large infrastructure projects are delivered late and over budget, and then under deliver on benefits

4.The New Metro Rail Policy and investment in making 500 railway stations disabled-friendly will provide a boost to the elevator and escalator industry in the long term

The Union Budget 2017-18 aims at comprehending the dream of building a transparent and sustainable economy by providing an impetus to rural economy, road infrastructure, airports and railways, which is a welcome move. The focus on few crucial aspects like digital and black economy augurs well.

5.See how CREDAI battles the demonetisation impact!

The Government of India’s recent move on demonetisation is indeed a game-changer and despite the immediate hiccups, it will definitely have positive implications on the sector in the long run.

6.Quick Relief

With a view to inject fresh liquidity in the realty and construction sector, reduce its debt burden and solve the working capital requirements of developers and contractors, the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA), under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has given the go-ahead to several initiatives for breathing life into a sector beset by dormancy.

7.Hope on the Horizon

The global economy continues to show signs of deflationary pressures. While Japan, the third largest economy, is expected to grow a mere 0.3 per cent, the European Commission cut Eurozone growth forecasts for the 19-country bloc by 1.5 per cent this year and 1.3 per cent in 2017 in anticipation of the UK exit and reduced demand and investment.

8.India's engineering exports nosedive

India's engineering shipments to key markets like Sri Lanka, UAE and China plummeted in April amid a 19 per cent decline in the sector, which slipped in terms of its contribution to the country's overall export basket.

9.Sharply rising economic interest in India among European and other countries.

The Consul Generals of six countries are optimistic about India’s growth prospects in the coming years. Many European and other countries are keen to engage with India at an elevated level with conditions ripe for enhanced two-way flow of goods, services, investment and skilled human capital.

10.Daniel Chopra, Chairman and Managing Director - Elektrans Group

The new government has embraced several initiatives that have furthered the growth of the Indian economy and cemented the path for steady developments.