Govt’s attempts to speed up infra development have started bearing fruits with project delays falling.
By Kishor Ostwal, CMD, CNI Research
Even though the Narendra Modi government is trying hard to improve the infrastructure and industrial climate and the government spending has also started improving what matters at this point of time is private investment in large infrastructure projects.
The domestic aviation sector is back in the reckoning with the operating environment turning positive as a result of a steep fall in aviation turbine fuel (ATF) price, rising demand
By Amber Dubey, Partner, India head of aerospace and defence, KPMG
in July, aviation secretary RN Choubey announced the government’s resolve to ‘take flying to the masses’. Less than 1 per cent Indians fly. If we could make each of the 300 million middle class Indians fly just once a year, we would have domestic traffic over 4 times that of the 70 million air tickets sold last year.
Cement companies are likely to remain stressed in the short term due to low demand, but are expected to recover in the medium term.
By Amey Joshi, Associate Director, India Ratings and Research
Cement companies reported rather tepid volume growth in the June quarter at below 2 per cent due to a sluggish demand environment and over-capacity in certain regions.
For retailers, there is no respite from competition from online players and not much revival is visible in consumer spending.
By Anil Talreja, Partner, Deloitte Haskins & Sells
The fizz does not stop and cannot be ignored! The dizz in the retail sector continues to gain momentum! The sector is now very uniquely positioned. Every newspaper has
India happens to be the second largest market for broadcast media with 16. 8 crore TV households which is next only to China
For the first time in eight months, June car sales grew at the slowest pace in the world’s fifth largest market due to weak sentiment and slow economic activity.