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Budget 2019 serves all sectors of economy, builds upon India's growth story of last 5 yrs, writes ex-FM Arun Jaitley in blog
The Budget 2019 creates a political direction for an aspirational India. The economically weaker sections get the basic amenities of life and several sectors of interest to the middle-class have been incentivised.
Schindler wants to make India its manufacturing and R&D hub; plans to invest in digitisation, data analytics
Schindler, which is present in the country since the past 20 years, also plans to invest significantly in digitisation and data analytics.
Housing sales stood at 1.10 lakh units across 42 major cities during January-May 2017 against 1.87 lakh units in the year-ago period, says realty analytics firm PropEquity
When will our politicians' ceaseless accumulation of unearned fortunes on shadowy land deals, and their gluttony of easy riches built on influence peddling and insider trading, end?
DLF claims it gave an advance to Robert Vadra but the latter's balance-sheets for 2010-11 tell us a different story. It was more like an interest-free loan.
Firstpost spoke to Anshuman Magazine, Chairman and Managing Director of property consultancy firm CBRE on the issues plaguing the sector.
Property prices have held up better in this slowdown that other asset classes. This means property has nowhere to go but down in this climate
Office rentals have now fallen to almost one-third of what it was three years ago but capital value of properties continue to remain high. Why? Because of black money.
Higher prices, higher interest rates and higher taxes are reasons for the slump in property sales. And now an expert committee has recommended raising property taxes on properties given for rent rather than self-occupied units.
Real estate developers in Mumbai not only hang on to the home inventory but also do not cut prices hoping that buyers would pay a higher price each year. This is simply against the basic law of economics.