June 25--NEW DELHI -- The Competition Commission of India (CCI) has ordered a fresh inquiry against property developer DLF Ltd The latest investigation has been ordered under article 26(1) of the competition law, according to an order posted on ... BusinessWeek, 4 weeks ago
DLF shares plunge on fresh CCI probe - Hindu Business Line, 4 weeks ago
DLF Shares Slump on Fresh CCI Probe - New Indian Express, 4 weeks ago
Land, the primary ingredient for a real estate firm, seems to be losing its shine as developers get into alliances with landowners to reduce their capital cost and push up margins. Godrej Properties and Tata Housing, relatively new in real estate, are following this asset light model. Most of their projects come up through joint development with landowners. Nitesh Estates, a Bengaluru-based real estate company started in 2004, operates without any land assets for its residential projects.Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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