This section has insightful articles on infrastructure investment opportunities in India from the viewpoint of international Business
India finds a silver lining in 'Brexit' as there has been a surge in demand for Indian corporate bonds among UK based investors, with their preference shifting towards to safer assets, Indian masala and green bonds are the new flavours of the season.
It is now well established that Indian economy will be one of the fastest growing economies in next
In turbulent times at sea when the waves are rough and there is no clear way
ahead, often it is just a lighthouse that provides the only spotlight that you can
follow to safety.
India's extensive infrastructure needs are well documented.
Rio may be hosting the 2016 Olympics but, the Brazilian Real is down 60%, Petrobras has lost
80% of its market share, the GDP is -4%, and Zika is in the air.
India's economy is estimated to grow at 7.4% during the current year.
ASEAN, which comprises Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam, was originally formed in 1967
Ratan Tata, Sunil Bharti Mittal, N. Chandrasekaran, and Baba Kalyani.
IL&FS PRIME TERMINALS FZC
February 17, 2013 saw the start of a project that would change the way some people did business in Fujairah. IL&FS Maritime Infrastructure Company Limited (IMICL), through its special purpose vehicle IL&FS Prime Terminals FZC (IPTF), began the development of an integrated tank terminal at Fujairah in the United Arab Emirates.
A vibrant and diverse equity market is essential to help early stage and high-growth firms deliver on their potential....
The challenge for the acquirer is to condense a large bundle of information and expectations into one figure - the offered purchase price”
The article below seeks to provide an oversight of the FCCB market and food for thought for Indian companies embarking on newer and more innovative ways of raising capital
Looking around the world, there are very few examples of a country with the size of Iran that has not been opened to the global economy. Iran is the second largest economy in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region after Saudi Arabia, with an estimated GDP of US$D 406.3 billion in 2014 .....
The catalyst to the rise of the Kingdom to eminence was finance. Not global domination, not political astuteness, not even military superiority, it was pure, unabashed Finance!
India and China have had strong trade linkage over the years and this relationship dates back to as early as 114 BC during the reign of Han Dynasty. Fast forward to the 21st century, China has emerged as India’s largest trade partner.
Export Credit Agencies, commonly known as ECAs, are public agencies and entities that provide government-backed loans, guarantees and insurance to corporations from their home country that seek to do business overseas in developing countries and emerging markets.
It is imperative that we understand that the much-needed boost in investment in infrastructure finance can be met by international funding.
Growing partnerships between India and China would result in a long-term advantage to both nations. We need keep a close eye on how things progress from here and it remains to be seen whether China and India are able to walk the talk.
With wind of change in the Indian economy and a relative under-performance of a few of the other emerging economies, India is back on global investor’s radar and new investment methods are being explored.
Structural reforms to diversify the revenue base away from oil, and policies encouraging growth and job creation will become increasingly important for GCC economies. If lower oil prices persist for a prolonged period, these countries will have to adjust to the new realities of the global oil market.
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