India Morning Report: Chidambaram kicks off mmtc 9.33% divestment

Banking District
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MMTC might be a success but the market is not putting much score by the Fin Min /CEA appearance in the media today while Banks have finally given way after a 45 day wait. One notes the posit by market makers that value retention by the select scrips already counted as good is not doing much for wider portfolios as most had treated this climb as the milestone before the rally and not the rally itself and does no in any way would have resulted in  a bubble.

Also the Rupee being stronger yesterday, the overall month long move across currency and equities seems to be trying to compensate the news view that India has survived the move in Asia as was the norm in the oughts or the reform rich period before that and has somehow become a threshold for Emerging markets portfolios as and when dictated by the once a year or fewer occasions of a rupee correction and is unlikely to again preclude the fact or erase the sustenance shown by Indian equities as a class because of the depth of our markets even as Nikkei, Hangseng and Korean markets lose heavily on each currency move because of the less than dozen companies going around for Korea at least and the richness of fixed income portfolios one can safely assume in the bigger markets in Nikkei and Hongkong

The Stanchart reference to inflation risk however remains misplaced as Oil prices are still very unlikely to trend up again

However, staying on the mundane market data for the daily report, Indian equities are losing all expectations of political stability and any positive rally till september as the year’s second half will offer first hope of growth or economic performanceThe import limitation on Gold in the meantime does not impact MMTC plans in Gold and thus strengthens the public channels for Gold trade in India ahead of its disinvestment exercise

Meanwhile FDI flows in China, India and Brazil have been more robust than any other class for all global investors even as Russia scraped the bottom of the barrel bringing the BRIC average growth below 0 for the year. Markets in Asia will continue to lead exits but as the speculative portion from India has been wished away almost immediately, not much move south in bonds or in equities remains and as can be seen in any current charts, Indian yields are down in the same 5 week period and will continue to trend down for the year. Banks, ITC and IDFC remain good investments as also Bajaj Auto, all mentioned except ITC having lost their share of speculative investors / price premiums already.

Shorts on Adani Enterprises are well placed while Gujral again has mentioned buys on Lupin and Cipla / Lupin are real return stories of 2013 from here as Sun Pharma finally pays out 805 of its cash for the settlement with Pfizer/Takeda

India Morning Report: Markets regain 5900 levels, short trade not on

English: Implied Vol. Surface
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Aftera small skirmish/face off in the morning trades as was likely on expiry day, the volatility smile of the May series was intact with high ranges for out of the money calls and puts and shorts bowed out of remaining scrips before noon possibly. Markets are stable at around 5900 and are celebrating the Jet deal, Tata Global beverages also getting neww found attention as it consolidates thee first year of results of Starbucks and probablyocased the kind of innovation and looks for global scale forced by its jv partners and global coffee markets. P&G global results yesterday showed the importance of innovation and BRIC growth in consumption stocks and India remains an important global destination for consumption industries FDI not just in travel and financial services.

 

FDI, Media and infrastructure expansion and perhaps a stable polity make guessing capital market priorities an almost daily habit for the multitudes but investing funds and managers fail to expand the footprint of the profession while retail investors get knocked out for scale, leaving pronooters speculating on margin an important riceboll weevil infestation in the Indian wealth crop, clearing of which is still dependent on monsoon dusting of crops, That is where similes end up when coffee conversations about the market try to replace in depth research. M&M Financial however seems to have cottoned on to the diversified growth tenets of a NBFC and bajaj finance firms too are pretty surefooted led by their last insurance investments.

 

Jet is likely to cross a near 100% retunr at these levels to four figures but that time frame could be six months or even six years whence it will cycle thru another multiquarter negative round of profits based on the cost of oil. Rupee trade is stong ont he upside and the banks being pilloried for having reached levels at which further investment is foolhardy are still purveyors of both value and more than 30% growth and as long as exit targets are available in IT and defensive sector stocks should continue to be staple of portfolios

 

Rollovers are likely to be subdued and if that happens there could be an entry opportunity in this market around 5800 levels after the new series trades in earnest next week. (ofcourse if these ‘scheme’ is indeed adopted along with the 24% stake approval for Jet, Friday trading could still have already set base levels for the May series before markets start the new trend direction next week but as of now, Friday would be dull and rollovers sparse

 

 

India Morning Report: Sorry Bears and Cartels, Bulls are still hiding in the Indian woodwork

Yes Bank
Yes Bank (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

Network analysts sitting on lower support levels and betting short on most new blue chips having seen the infracos slide, are in for another shocker as the march series looks to inch closer to 5600 on expiry day before closing out comfortably ahead of August 2012 levels. Both Sukhani continue on the second month of watchful short betting SS targetting YES Bank further from today while Bharti and some others responded in kind to the lack of interest to back the market interest to significant lower levels but the buls seem to have won on real strength of fund inflows for the time being. Markets will correct but not by much in April and while the upside was capped to 5850 levels by the weakness that just means the lowside is still as high as 5550 even for safe investors and 5500 puts should be real rich making sells for bullish investors. (We personally are not conflicted by any position here)

 

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Five Rupee Coin (Photo credit: Dinesh Cyanam)

 

BRICS Development Bank aside, which we look to fund the Indian Infrastructure gap in due course, India inc starts off results season in a week and its profitability scores that already improved on identified sectoral leaders in Q3, are the ones that will be identified with the successful India story and not the politicking as enough stability and forward looking governance is guaranteed by incumbent ministers if not the party flags.

 

The Rupee keeps most of its strength in the new series and the may series may give pointers on the new range for the currency as Fixed income yields cross back into the 8+ range having lost the rate cut and pushed the bank to the reverse repo rate on the corrridor

 

Given the strength of equities and currency going in, profitability concerns of consumption and auto plays should be watched closely for bear victories even as IT forecasts and IT results will remain damp and not affect sentiment. Healthcare could lead stocks nose down but not up even if it maintains good profitability and revenue growth and any weakness in bank performance including Q1 FY14 forecasts will be a deal breaker.

 

Infra debt funds have indeed taken off and execution perofrmance of projects still hanging will come intpo play on the bourses also in Q3 FY14, QIP fund raising shifting out from infra and bank fund raising to NBFC or Capital expansion plays across manufacturing and services businesses with CDS holding sub 200 levels , a great performance for an isolated Asian performer.

 

 

India Morning Report (July 05, 2012) : Risk on trade continues, yet a stalemate

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Of course no one’s fighting to take the Nifty down now but some are waiting if they can buyin again at lower levels an oft repeated strain since August 2011

However the correction though not perfectly correlated will depend on the weakening in the rupee as it becomes another export dependent economy without consumption growth as in Brazil, Australia China and Russia. Not to confuse the bulls, wea re still doing well, PMI at 55 and Services Indices at 54.3 athe best showing globally currently and a 5% growth guarantee at this bottom means India’s premium is justified and riskakers would be growin gIndi’s share . As BRICS follower Jim O Neill and now Goldman Sachs aver, the BRIC markets are at a 33% discount to their share of world GDP of 25% in their share of investment trades in Equities at 16% so the immediate opportunity in those which have steadied the tide in an environment of uncertainity, will get  alarger benefit of the global liquidity injections.

Ofcourse, India participation by FIIs remains capped and Policy decisions continue to teak within India’s share literally capped at 5% in the Global Indices

Acorrection is unlikely as Consolidation has held, and the investors must be patient. The Rupee may let the Dollar recover durin gthe day today as emerging currencies broke their 4 day run yesterday

A State sponsored SWF

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While the planning commission has apparently detailed all sector expenditure till now, the forex crisis is likely to continue for the state as the Indian rupee looks for levels like 65 and 72 while hanging on to 50 rupee levels.

India’s 117 bln deficit ( for the first eight months) structural disconnects from the global scenario and the inability of monetisation as a tstrategy to fill shortfalls in even a single head of expenditure means that the government is trying everything in the book to avoid the fisc crossing 5.4-5.5% against a target of 4.6% Excess expenditure on food and fertiliser subsidies amount to $10 bln by itself, and the bill goes on to include many other subsidies incl the one on energy (fuels) Stae Electricity Boards and infrastructure providers like BHEL have long employed barter in economic trade domestically and internationally as well as sale and lease back. States are running higher interest bearing $1.5 bln and more of bonds to pay for their deficit this year

The impact on our forex reserves of $310 bln ( Currency reserves are more than 90% of the reserves) can easily be imagined and thuis automatically there is more pressure on the rupee to go down rather as warranterd by the transactions required much like any of the midcaps trading in our own market with hardly 1% volume in traded shares

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All the above reasons cannot preclude one from using some of those reserves for the state sponsored infrastructure debt fund and thus the SWF india still does not own. Those investments will fill critical gaps in Indi’s social and physical infrastructure and are a required head for planners to cement and excute in the period till 2017. The fiscal deficit in the mean time will be funded by such interesting propositions as cross ownership of equity of PSE already employed extensively in traditionally developed economies of Europe and unlikely to cause much more discomfort than having state enterprise managements on their toes. even if ONGC, SAIL and BHEL are taken first and buybacks in COal India also considered we will more than cross the over spend on food and fertiliser subsidies and reduce the burden on OMCs However PSEs might want to wait to find like minded PSEs for cross holdings like the OMCs int he same sector with ONGC and if such patchwork can be arranged in the next 4-6 weeks, I daresay people would be willing to wait. NMDC already employs cross holdings ina  lot of erstwhile mining companies and the plan for buybacks and cross ownership is as old as the concept of BRIC economies

Happy Thursdays! Inflation pulls ways and means advances

As Yes Bank signs on to a 600 bps savings bank deposit rate, and food inflation ticks down from 15 to 11%, the refusal of yields to predicate a proposition in the double digits forsooths that the RBI will stop around here if and when inflation trends down. It seems to me that more of the banking sectors participation is at work here in controlling the rise in interest rates. Incessant lobbying apart, the rising IIP and refusal of inflation to tick down below September’s 9.7% could very well still mean a systemic redefinition of interest rate basis in India like in So Africa.

Instead of defining new zeros in overnight and short term rates treasury liquidity like in the US and UK, the new BRICS entrant has simply defined a higher systemic basis by accepting highe3-5% inflation than the US and UK and EZ targets of 2% at the maximum

Some results from biggies Kotak and Dr reddy also make this New Year holiday in India a good segueway to great market speak on the festival of lights.

Kotak outscored by 20% for a new run rate of $800 mln for the 12 months while Dr Reddy returned to its earlier $2 bln run rate with 9.6 bln and 22.5 bln in revenues respectively. Kotak will be with the biggies in keeping SB interest rates down but market sees a lot of benefit for them in the new regime as PSUs are outpriced for the time being and tackle quality issues

Inflation in vegetables remains at 25% but we are in favor of good growth for the hinterland in MSP raises now 2800 for Chana and Masur and increase again in rice and wheat. Also Hamilton must give hope to Ferdnand also to come up in the ranks as the Buddh provides a chance to speed things up on the F1 circuit

India’s Grand Design? or just a Maha – myth

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There’s a brilliant analysis by  Gayatri Nayak, in the Economic Times today. Brilliant because that is something in plain data and in plain sight what every Corporate indian and even every Indian citizen otherwise or any other species observing India on the World stage wonders. We are the I in BRIC like the I in Team, we are the I in interest rates when the world is reducing them with alacrity to avoid a depression. Our oil still costs a $110 a barrel, 2 of the BRIC nations almost get it virtually free from their own energy resources, the third and the first citizen in every economic miracle now is China.  even if everything in the Local Infrastructure run for China collapses, the 25% LGFV default will just reduce its growth to 0 when it is going through its slowest phase in manufacturing. nary a hope of a recession. And there the similarity with India ends, but with others it has much more in terms of dependence on commodities, energy, and hot money flow magnitudes that just do not compare with the rupee trading at its lowest.

Read the ET article here: http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/money-banking/with-high-inflation-and-weak-currency-india-not-like-other-bric-countries/articleshow/10060355.cms


The foremost problem is the speed at which the prices are rising — from assets to commodities to manufacturing to services. This could deal a long-term blow to businesses, making them unviable. Prices have been gaining more than 8% for more than a year now. The main reason for the fall in profitability at companies is rising input prices and not finance charges as it is made out to be.

“India is less integrated with the global economy” was the argument then. While it may still be true when compared with many Asian emerging economies, this advantage has narrowed down over the years. While the overseas debt has gone up to $306 billion at the end of March 2011 from $221 billion at the end of March 2008, the cushion of foreign exchange reserves went down to $305 billion from $310 billion over the same period.

As far as decoupling is concerned, the bottom is the same for everyone but thence everyone of the global economies from the G7 to the G20 to even Mongolia would have decoupled on the way up . The great contrast in each competitive resource advantage and each strategy in Brazil, China, USA and Europe will determine very different trajectories of growth seen and supported in the Financial markets.

At stake is the order of magnitude of investment and infrastructure which others have harnessed earlier than India. But while the others may be volatile in responding to global stresses, India just becomes a sub standard risk to carry without the heat of a growth running up that order of magnitude. Others have much more command and control mechanisms as witnessed in Turkey and China, to ensure transmission of policy do’s and don’ts. If we do, it stays confined to one single Corporate group or region The regional imbalances are much greater in China and Russia, even Brazil and the smaller economies are exclusively better risks for the global investor because they are entirely dependent on that investment and deliver  a bang for the buck like Coal in indonesia and iron ore in Mongolia, but smehow that focus continues to deliver a faster sustainable growth while our discussion of imbalances makes evryone a victim in the end?

We could very easily be at the same stage as China if we had better transmission of policy cash and of policy mechanism to channel the growth. We may still be doing much more for our poor than China which has apparently been focussed on just the coastal “districts” ( urban conglomerates) that were already trading with Hongkong and the rest orf the world. But what we miss is the global demand or investor interest which cannot be just delivered to those shouting from the rooftops or those taking to the streets by fast and by suicides.

An administered rate of exchange with 10 rupees to the Dollar can bring it though. It will bring into focus our strategic decisions and investment in growth to a direct returns comparision with global investments. It is also the rate at which PPP trades for India to the Dollar. And it is probably the singular reason  why no one bothers to hear us on the table or give us preference or deference in trade.

Probably why we are so happy at rupee depreciation so we can get more value for our immediate quarter from IT exports when export growth in cotton, tea and even coffee and oil could mean so much more to us. In non It exports we will still remain satisfied with 2 – 3 million tonnes of Rice, wheat, Onion and some other crops but we remain the top 4 producers of those and falling behind every year.

Probably our priorities for infrastructure investment also need that push to file up behind the Exports doing the best and easily sustainable as in agri-commodities and gems and Jewelry

but that is the cliched argument no one has acitoned for the last 60 years. never.

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India’s new boom – Infrastructure, Lifestyle and Entertainment

If you have been following the India story closely, India’s new developments are focussed on Infrastructure and Retail along with giant leaps in the Entertainment business. You can look closely at the India stories at http://advantages.us/inframils to get a flavor of what’s happening. 

ADA Reliance (BIG entertainment) has today announced details of its venture with Dreamworks (Steven Spielberg) planning a 40% stake in the final entity capitalised at approx $830 million ($1b at USD rate of Rs. 40) with Disney holding another 15%. The Company holds a target of producing 5-6 films a year. BIG already has agreements with Nicholas Cage’s Saturn, Jim Carrey’s JC23, George Clooney’s Smokehouse, Chris Columbus’s 1492 Pictures, Tom Hank’s Playtone and Brad Pitt’s Plan B among others

On the other hand Retail Lifestyle businesses are increasingly attracting investors with Rabobank’s India Agribusiness Fund picking up a 25% stake in Kishore Biyani’s Aadhaar Retail. Modern retailing businesses in India are predominantly located in cities with FDI restrictions except for Cash & Carry Businesses (100%) and Single Brand retail (51%) Rural Markets may grow at a faster pace at least on the Drawing board. One such project which extends Bangalore’s urban footprint to Bidadi is the Innovative Film City which also showcases the marriage of the rural and the urban as Bangalore expands to the West and the East and remains the fastest growing City in India. The problems on the ground remain. While the new real estate projects are trying to make a strong statement, the depression blues have not gone anywhere. In the showcased retail fund in ET today, for example, apart from Rabo Bank, the other investors are the usual suspects, IFC Washington a couple of /developed/semi developed state development bank(s) and institutions and select private investors. Where is Investor access? Why is it still on the government to make it happen? The FDI limits and the others are fairly rational policies..but where are the investors? Why are global investors so selective about projects? What does it take for them to find out ground realities and put it in the appropriate framework? At the end of the day India’s share in the Emerging Markets Indices is just 5% and emerging Markets worldwide probably get less than 20% of the global capital flows. One Federal Stimulus by Obama will be enough to keep US bankrupt for the next decade. I am not sure we are doing this right.
Nanos will roll into homes by July end and IPL teams are already applying for trademarks as it looks set to become the greatest sporting extravaganza in the world, already ranked at #2 behind the NFL season in the USA. The 3G challenge will tear at Telecom companies’ profits in the coming years ( MTNL has managed 1000 subscribers in its sneak rollout) while public divestment targets were also subdued in the budget but are firming up. The Global ID cards will be implemented pretty slowly, starting off as a Central database, depending of departmental initiative to share information from tax to passport and BPL ration cards, credit card data and other biometric features to enable security and duplicate allocations etc. 
Health and Education have just recently been provided a long lost policy focus. But these investments will also yield success only when the fully integrate into India’s new Lifestyle Economy. Today the same investments are required in the US and the developing world. We need roads, we need power supply, we need an educated performing population and we need affordable healthcare. 
There are other things to be done. To quote the Policy pages of The Economic Times ( pg. 11, Arvind Mayaram) – While investments in roads, ports, airports and urban amenities have a cascading effect on the virtuous cycle of stimulating demand..the impact is the quickest and most spread out through investment in tourism infrastructure. India received just 5.37 million foreign tourists as compared to 57.6 million in Spain. Tourism arrivals grew during the recession worldwide as well.  
Global collaboration and Private enterprise cannot function without the appropriate investment infrastructure either. Investment flows are still uneven and the tenets of this new dream unpostulated. The new web has however found an entry point in global business with increasing discussions on structuring the global memes that bring in change. The question is, as they say in Hindi – Kaise hoga? How will we make it happen!
India’s ICICI Bank is redesigning itself, taking more control of Investment Banking and Venture Capital business while private sector banking players are watching from the sidelines with Kotak Bank and Yes Bank not having the underwriting power or the global reach to finance and provide institutional support to those like the Innovative Film City in Bangalore or even others in and around New Delhi, Bombay, Bangalore and the growing cities of the country making this new boom more a story on paper yet than on the ground. It will be private enterprise that will win in the end with divestments from the government netting probably Rs 50,000 crores to the government to provide the support ( current target is firming up at Rs 15000 Crores or $ 3.15 billion)
This is our story and we have to make it happen. When it does happen it will be a sterling surprise for India’s citizens. One budget cannot make it happen. But all of us can. And we have already decided to make it happen. Onward we move after Outsourcing, to new avenues for progress and growth. Will the Banking sector step up to the requirement? Will new social media bring in more than awareness and readership? How will we move forward? This is not about enabling policy. This is about hard investments. Anyone who can make a successful investment in India’s Lifestyle story will be able to create a successful brand and a successful business empire. Anyone who supports Private Consumption will have the right project skills to win for Team India. 

Tags: Global Investing, BRIC, Emerging Markets, India, India Infrastructure, Retail Lifestyle, Infrastructure, urban infrastructure, rural infrastructure, Power, Roads, Entertainment, Advantage zyaada, zyaada, zyakaira, Lifestyle Economy, Amitonomics

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India's new boom – Infrastructure, Lifestyle and Entertainment

If you have been following the India story closely, India’s new developments are focussed on Infrastructure and Retail along with giant leaps in the Entertainment business. You can look closely at the India stories at http://advantages.us/inframils to get a flavor of what’s happening. 

ADA Reliance (BIG entertainment) has today announced details of its venture with Dreamworks (Steven Spielberg) planning a 40% stake in the final entity capitalised at approx $830 million ($1b at USD rate of Rs. 40) with Disney holding another 15%. The Company holds a target of producing 5-6 films a year. BIG already has agreements with Nicholas Cage’s Saturn, Jim Carrey’s JC23, George Clooney’s Smokehouse, Chris Columbus’s 1492 Pictures, Tom Hank’s Playtone and Brad Pitt’s Plan B among others

On the other hand Retail Lifestyle businesses are increasingly attracting investors with Rabobank’s India Agribusiness Fund picking up a 25% stake in Kishore Biyani’s Aadhaar Retail. Modern retailing businesses in India are predominantly located in cities with FDI restrictions except for Cash & Carry Businesses (100%) and Single Brand retail (51%) Rural Markets may grow at a faster pace at least on the Drawing board. One such project which extends Bangalore’s urban footprint to Bidadi is the Innovative Film City which also showcases the marriage of the rural and the urban as Bangalore expands to the West and the East and remains the fastest growing City in India. The problems on the ground remain. While the new real estate projects are trying to make a strong statement, the depression blues have not gone anywhere. In the showcased retail fund in ET today, for example, apart from Rabo Bank, the other investors are the usual suspects, IFC Washington a couple of /developed/semi developed state development bank(s) and institutions and select private investors. Where is Investor access? Why is it still on the government to make it happen? The FDI limits and the others are fairly rational policies..but where are the investors? Why are global investors so selective about projects? What does it take for them to find out ground realities and put it in the appropriate framework? At the end of the day India’s share in the Emerging Markets Indices is just 5% and emerging Markets worldwide probably get less than 20% of the global capital flows. One Federal Stimulus by Obama will be enough to keep US bankrupt for the next decade. I am not sure we are doing this right.
Nanos will roll into homes by July end and IPL teams are already applying for trademarks as it looks set to become the greatest sporting extravaganza in the world, already ranked at #2 behind the NFL season in the USA. The 3G challenge will tear at Telecom companies’ profits in the coming years ( MTNL has managed 1000 subscribers in its sneak rollout) while public divestment targets were also subdued in the budget but are firming up. The Global ID cards will be implemented pretty slowly, starting off as a Central database, depending of departmental initiative to share information from tax to passport and BPL ration cards, credit card data and other biometric features to enable security and duplicate allocations etc. 
Health and Education have just recently been provided a long lost policy focus. But these investments will also yield success only when the fully integrate into India’s new Lifestyle Economy. Today the same investments are required in the US and the developing world. We need roads, we need power supply, we need an educated performing population and we need affordable healthcare. 
There are other things to be done. To quote the Policy pages of The Economic Times ( pg. 11, Arvind Mayaram) – While investments in roads, ports, airports and urban amenities have a cascading effect on the virtuous cycle of stimulating demand..the impact is the quickest and most spread out through investment in tourism infrastructure. India received just 5.37 million foreign tourists as compared to 57.6 million in Spain. Tourism arrivals grew during the recession worldwide as well.  
Global collaboration and Private enterprise cannot function without the appropriate investment infrastructure either. Investment flows are still uneven and the tenets of this new dream unpostulated. The new web has however found an entry point in global business with increasing discussions on structuring the global memes that bring in change. The question is, as they say in Hindi – Kaise hoga? How will we make it happen!
India’s ICICI Bank is redesigning itself, taking more control of Investment Banking and Venture Capital business while private sector banking players are watching from the sidelines with Kotak Bank and Yes Bank not having the underwriting power or the global reach to finance and provide institutional support to those like the Innovative Film City in Bangalore or even others in and around New Delhi, Bombay, Bangalore and the growing cities of the country making this new boom more a story on paper yet than on the ground. It will be private enterprise that will win in the end with divestments from the government netting probably Rs 50,000 crores to the government to provide the support ( current target is firming up at Rs 15000 Crores or $ 3.15 billion)
This is our story and we have to make it happen. When it does happen it will be a sterling surprise for India’s citizens. One budget cannot make it happen. But all of us can. And we have already decided to make it happen. Onward we move after Outsourcing, to new avenues for progress and growth. Will the Banking sector step up to the requirement? Will new social media bring in more than awareness and readership? How will we move forward? This is not about enabling policy. This is about hard investments. Anyone who can make a successful investment in India’s Lifestyle story will be able to create a successful brand and a successful business empire. Anyone who supports Private Consumption will have the right project skills to win for Team India. 

Tags: Global Investing, BRIC, Emerging Markets, India, India Infrastructure, Retail Lifestyle, Infrastructure, urban infrastructure, rural infrastructure, Power, Roads, Entertainment, Advantage zyaada, zyaada, zyakaira, Lifestyle Economy, Amitonomics

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