Search Results


1 - 10 Results of 9

1.Will the Budget 2019 meet the real estate and constructions sector expectations?

With a target to make India the world’s third largest economy by 2030, the government has its mission set.

2.Panacea or Brief Pain Relief for Real Estate?

GST rate cut or not, GST-exempt ready-to-move draws maximum sales....

3.Interim Budget 2019-20 Updates

The interim budget drew emphasis on farmers, tax payers & infra development

4.Budget blues – Infrastructure status for real estate could have saved the day

The Finance Minister’s fifth Union Budget on February 1, 2018, was probably one of the most closely-followed events for the Indian business community.

5.Venu Vinod, Managing Director - Cybercity Builders & Developers Pvt Ltd

The government has taken positive steps with the announcement of smart cities, increase in FDI and “Housing for all-2022” that have boosted the sentiments of both buyers and developers in India.

6.Budget neglects port-led development

The budget presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has not made any comprehensive announcements about the ports.

7.India seeks South Korean investment

The Finance Minister P Chidambaram has asked South Korean companies to take advantage of the investment opportunities in the Indian infrastructure sector. The measures being undertaken by the government to improve investment climate include liberalisation in the FDI regime, promotion of exports, banking reforms, deepening of financial markets and fiscal consolidation. Contact: Ministry of Finance.

8.Real estate sector's plea for lower costs, faster nods

India's real estate players are hoping that the Union Finance Minister's budget provisions, to be announced on February 28, will bring down the costs of finance for the construction sector, which they insist will play a major role in offering lower rates for their product.

9.Maken's plea to RBI to revamp affordable housing loans

Ajay Maken, the Union Minister of Housing and Poverty Alleviation has made an appeal to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for restructuring of loans for affordable housing in case the project is delayed due to extraneous reasons beyond the control of the developer. The Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram has also joined Maken to make the appeal to the RBI.