India needs more than Rs 9 lakh crore ($140 billion) in energy investment per year by 2040 as it is set to contribute more than any other country to the
India has been ranked as the most attractive investment destination in the world for the next three years, according to a survey by Global consultancy firm EY released today.
Reserve Bank today allowed Indian corporates to raise funds from overseas market in rupee denominated bonds, a move Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said will provide additional source of funding and
The Reserve Bank today hiked limits for FPI investment in government securities (G-sec) to 5 per cent of the outstanding stock by March 2018, a move that will bring in
Investments through Participatory Notes (P-Notes) into India's capital market dropped to Rs 2. 72 lakh crore (about USD 41 billion) at the end of July
Tata Opportunities Fund (TOF) has invested Rs 335 crore in Tata Projects for a significant minority stake in the company, marking its first investment in the infrastructure space.
Wooing the banking and financial sector Railway minister Suresh Prabhu has rolled out ambitious investment plan of Rs 8. 5 lakh crore in the coming five years in the
The government has managed to bring down the number of "stalled projects" to its lowest level in over three years, but any pick-up in new investment projects is still a few quarters away, a new survey has found.
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