Building roads will add 2% to GDP

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The IMF and the World Bank relations to Neoliberalism

Neoliberalism “refers to the policies and processes whereby a relative handful of private interests are permitted to control as much as possible of social life in order to maximize their personal profit.” The major beneficiaries of neoliberalism are large trans-national corporations and wealthy investors. The implementation of neoliberal policies came into full force during the …

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Logistics is the key for retail growth in India

The retail sector in India, both organised and unorganised, is set to grow at a rapid pace over the next few years. Retail India is currently ranked as the fifth larest globally, contributing to over 5% of the country's GDP.  India has also been ranked as one of the most attractive investment destinations in retail …

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Cement market in South India

Cement players continue to face tough times in South India. Reduced state government spending on infrastructure projects, surplus capacity, rising input costs, and early monsoon this year have all made life tough for the Cement players. India Cements and Madras Cements, the largest and the fifth largest producers in the south have had a tough time this …

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