Yes. Whilst public expenditure is kicking in, the key reason is the decline in private investment, says Vinayak Chatterjee. It is useful to start with a refresher. In the first half a century after Independence, India invested around 3.0 per cent of its gross domestic product (GDP) in infrastructure, which resulted in the tattered state of the sector till quite late in the 1990s. To summarise: The conservative annual requirement now is Rs 15 lakh crore. 53 per cent or Rs 8 lakh crore is ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
Vinayak Chatterjee: Resetting the Raisina Hill infra compass - Business Standard, 2 months ago
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There have been lots of orders coming in from state governments especially in the growth areas like state road corporation, the state transmission and distribution, renewable power and irrigation, said Vinayak Chatterjee of Feedback Infra.Money Control, 2 days ago
It is a national economic problem and one that requires a political solution hand in hand with a clear government commitment to stand behind core national assets, says Vinayak Chatterjee. India’s bad loan problem continues to keep policymakers awake at night. The most comprehensive overview of it, as well as a proposed solution, has been presented in the recent Economic Survey, which addressed a whole chapter to this “twin balance sheet” issue - the dual problem of tottering ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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