Budget 2016: A chance to implement Kelkar panel to woo pvt investment into infra

There are expectations that the government will have enough fiscal wherewithal to continue the public spending in the key sectors such roads and railways, said Manish Agarwal, partner and leader, infrastructure PwC India.

"But I hope that this budget will also take enough steps to bring back private investment into infrastructure. The Kelkar Committee has made recommendations to enable this and the Budget is a good opportunity for the government to start implementation process," Agarwal said.


Updated Date: Feb 18, 2016 17:07 PM

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