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Constructing Public Infra Structure in India: Tracking Imminent Opportunities in Roads, Rail & Construction
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 This 200+ pages report along with the list of upcoming public infra projects in India would beautifully encompass and track the state wise opportunity in terms of “INR” wise public infra development opportunity and identify the best-fit state to do so. It will provide a detailed track of investment prospects in the roads, rails and major construction intensive sectors. It would be the first of its kind and certainly will enable clients to tap the key opportunities beckoning the public infra segment in India.

As we know India, now seems a breeding ground for potential investors from world with international agencies improving the ratings of the economy overall. Buoyed with this fact and coupled with the intent of GoI fast peddling the inclusive growth the advent for building 100 Smart Cities across the country lies as the frontline of opportunities in near space for all the value chain service providers across the industry. The corridor of opportunities would not only limit to building the infrastructure but also apt automation of same to evolve with world class cities in place which in turn would transform India truly as a global major.

Roads and Rails are likely to be the first to witness the action plans of the government under the umbrella of public infra. More than 150 highway projects worth INR 130 Billion have been planned for 2017 of which nearly INR 80-90 Billion has to be undertaken by the private players. In addition to this, an investment of INR 200 Billion has been targeted for the rail corridor.

To take cognizance of the behemoth opportunity tune in the upcoming public infra projects in India, SNP Infra Research attempts to provide a holistic view through this dossier. The report unearths the state wise upcoming opportunities for the players in developing public infra and presents a path-finding guide for existing and likely to venture stakeholders in the segment.

Report Classification Research Report
No. of Pages 200
Format PDF + Hard Copy
Date of Publication 2015-05-31