The expansion of the property market was largely driven by the residential segment. Property consultant Anarock and industry body FICCI pointed out that the number of developers has declined 53 percent across India’s top 14 cities between 2012-2019.
The COVID-19 experience has led to new requirements and greater dependence on IT which in turn will empower homebuyers and help improve trust, MoHUA secretary Durga Shanker Mishra said
The commercial office segment in India attracted investment inflows of Rs 5 billion during 2020, accounting for a 24 percent share in the total investment.
As part of the Aatmanirbhar Bharat Package, the government had announced Rs 3 lakh crore Collateral-free Automatic Loans for businesses, including MSMEs.
As the government works out the list of dos and don'ts for Unlock 3.0, industry body FICCI has put forth its suggestions.
SEBI Chairman Tyagi also said that the entry of a large number of retail investors has been encouraging.
Hiring outlook for the manufacturing sector shows a bleak picture as 85 percent of the respondents mentioned that they are not likely to hire additional workforce in the next three months.
On income tax refunds, nearly 36 percent of the respondents said that they have started receiving income tax refunds from the government.
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The COVID-19 treatment cost has been categorised with respect to government-referred patients, patients paying from out of pocket and those who are covered by third party administrators (TPAs).
Phookan took over from outgoing National President Harjinder Kaur Talwar at the 36th FLO Annual Session in presence of Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, FICCI FLO said in a statement on Friday.
Seeking an "immediate support", Reddy said the problem being faced is largely that of liquidity, and immediate release of money stuck in refunds and other government payments to the tune of Rs 2.5 lakh crore will immensely help tide over the crisis.
Currently, drones are only allowed to legally fly using the permission from Digital Sky (online platform) in six small green zones in remote rural areas of the country.
COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent nationwide lockdown have affected the demand and production of steel, as well as resulted in the rise of inventory levels, it said, adding the policy interventions would help the industry to revive and help generate employment opportunities.
Going forward, technology, hygiene and safety would be the top drivers of changes and well-known brands would have a better chance to emerge out of the crisis alive
A survey by industry body FICCI has "revealed sharpest moderation" in the confidence level of India Inc since the global financial crisis of 2008-09 as the coronavirus outbreak has adversely affected their businesses.
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted aviation industry the most, with the grounding of commercial flight services fully or partially resulting in substantial losses to all stakeholders including airlines and airports.
This sector, having one crore-strong workforce, includes private security, hygiene and sanitation management, manpower supply and cash logistics business.
There is an immediate need for a significant stimulus of Rs. 9-10 lakh crores, according to a Business Continuity Plan report by FICCI.
The Union Home Ministry has asked private security agencies not to lay off guards or deduct their salaries during the 21-day lockdown period announced to combat the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
The 'India in the UK: The Diaspora Effect' report, released here on Tuesday, analysed data related to 654 Indian diaspora-owned companies in the UK with a turnover of at least 100,000 pounds and found that they collectively invest around 2 billion pounds through capital expenditure.
The survey has put the median growth forecast for agriculture and allied activities at 2.6 per cent for 2019-20, the industry and services sector at 3.5 per cent and 7.2 per cent, respectively, during the current year.
The recommendations are part of a report prepared by Ficci's capital goods committee on opportunities for the industry with Indian Railways and metros.
Reddy said that the government should find a mechanism to infuse Rs 1.5 to Rs 2 lakh crore into the economy as it would help to spur consumption.
Observing that the nature of the economy is cyclical, Reddy said it was more important to infuse more capital to re-energise it than worrying about fiscal deficit.