The Indian infrastructure sector has been a high-priority sector over the past years, and it continues to be so, even now. The various underlying segments in the infrastructure space, ranging from roadways, railways, waterways, airports, ports, etc. hold potential growth opportunities via various state-sponsored projects, as the sector looks to make the most of its strong FDI policy and invite collaborations from foreign players as well. Explore the latest developments and opportunities in the Indian infra space using our research effort.
Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) contracts are a popular mechanism for executing infrastructure projects in India. These contracts have certain nuances to them, which may lead to potential challenges for the stakeholders executing these projects, especially from a corporate tax strategy and financial strategy point of view. Our document discusses the mitigation of these challenges, and how there needs to be a holistic approach to projects via EPC contracts, ranging from planning and bidding to execution and completion. Know more in detail by downloading the document.
While India as a country is predominantly resource-rich, water scarcity is an issue which needs consistent addressal from the government in charge. Given the dependence on agrarian stability and a growing urban population, a robust water infrastructure is the need of the hour. To help realize the goal, the Central and state governments have launched dedicated projects in the water infra space which can strengthen the sector, and lead to market disruption by new businesses, be it domestic or foreign. Explore the sector’s growth, challenges, and opportunities via our research document.
A push on domestic manufacturing translates to not just a robust market within the country, but also the possibility of developing an export capacity as a market leader. The same approach can be applied to the Indian auto components manufacturing sector, as India looks to position itself as a manufacturing leader in the global market. Given the high population density which translates to a high user base, a revised corporate tax framework for new manufacturing companies setting up shop in India, and a strong public policy on manufacturing, now’s your chance to get a cohesive market view of the sector via our research paper.
The electric vehicles sector in India has been seen as a long-term solution to counter the growing depletion of fossil fuel resources. While it has received a significant push from the Central Government, various state governments have also given it a boost by introducing state-specific benefits in the form of subsidies, concessions, and incentives to both the EV industry players as well as end-users. Not only has this helped in identifying and working towards developing EV hubs in the country for strengthening the domestic market, it is also a major step in attracting foreign interest from industry players as well. Use our research effort to know more about the state-specific benefits in the EV sector in India.
The journey for the EV sector in India hasn’t been easy. While it had disrupted the market about a decade or so ago, it still required that mainstream push to be brought into the limelight. Thanks to an evolving public policy, tax benefits, and state-specific incentives across various aspects, the EV industry in India surely looks to be the future of mobility. And while the domestic market has players across a multitude of segments, the constantly evolving nature of EV technology means that there is always a new way to disrupt the sector. Use our research paper to understand the Indian EV market and identify the kind of growth opportunities the sector has to offer.