Spain-based toll operator Abertis Infraestructuras SA has
reached an agreement for the acquisition of two operational road
projects in South India from SBI-Macquarie infrastructure funds for a
total consideration of EUR 128 mn.
has signed share purchase agreement for acquiring 100% stake in Trichy
Tollway Private Limited (TTPL) and 74% stake in Jadcherla Expressway
Private Limited (JEPL) from Macquarie SBI Infrastructure Investments Pte
Limited (MSIIPL) and..
Indian Pharmaceuticals: Despite Challenges, will IPM continue a double-digit growth trend?
by Gautam Dhawan
The domestic pharmaceutical market has undoubtedly been a very strategic
and a key growth driver for Indian companies because of higher
profitability and a superior return profile. Though in terms of revenue,
it would be contributing 25-30% of the top line, the contribution is
much higher to the bottom line.
Eye Care Chains: Leading the day care healthcare delivery segment
by Nandini Agarwal
The healthcare delivery industry in India has been predominantly a play
stage of the private sector. With the government spend on healthcare
significantly lagging behind peers, both global and emerging, we have
seen the private sector step up to play a critical role in shaping the
growth trajectory of the healthcare delivery..
The next wave of Investments in Agriculture: ‘AgriTechnology’
by Nitin Jain
Agriculture and technology are finally married; and the bond is expected
to become stronger and more engaging with time. Five years back, agri
technology was a new terminology in India, but today we are seeing
several new entrepreneurs developing technologies transforming Indian
agriculture as the Indian..
In case you are a manufacturing company beginning to explore how
investment into Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things could
help your top and bottom lines, you may already have fallen behind. The
fourth industrial revolution or the ‘Industry 4.0’ is already upon us
and the opportunities to completely transform..
Road Sector Investments in India are Back in Vogue
by Sanjay Bansal
When Nitin Gadkari took the charge as the Minister for Road Transport,
Highways and Shipping in 2014, he had a mammoth task of resurrecting
India’s road infrastructure. He was presented with a bouquet of 384
projects worth Rs 3.80 trillion that were stalled due to stagnation in
the economy, lack of investment, delays in approvals and red tape, among
a few other reasons.