12th Five Year Plan (2012 to 2017) and its Effect on Roads, Ports, Railways, and Airport Infrastructure in India

Private Investment to Accelerate the Pace of Investments in Infrastructure

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The government of India has approved its 12th Five Year Plan (FYP), which aims to achieve higher economic and inclusive growth between 2012 and 2017. Investments in the 12th FYP have gone up more than two-fold. Involvement of the private sector is crucial, not only in developing the infrastructure but also in maintaining it. The role of the private sector companies with good project management and technological expertise is expected to minimize cost and time overruns in implementation of infrastructure projects.

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12th Five Year Plan (2012 to 2017) and its Effect on Roads, Ports, Railways, and Airport Infrastructure in IndiaOpportunities in the Indian Infrastructure SectorImpact of 12th Five Year Plan on Indian Infrastructure Segments




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