In ₹105 trillion infra plan, easing bottlenecks key to boosting private investment
- To be sure, the government target to scale up investment in infrastructure is commendable, as it can aid in kick-starting the economy
- Even the corporate tax cuts will release additional profits that may help firms deleverage and invest more
The finance minister’s master plan to boost infrastructure through a ₹105 trillion investment over the next five years will be music to the ears of construction and capital goods companies. Yet, there are near-term hurdles that suggest the plan is ambitious.
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