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THE RUPEE CRISIS
“Rupee crisis – Is 1991 set to haunt India’s currency once again?”
Anis Chakravarty, Director & Senior Economist, Deloitte
Karan Arora | Issue Date - 01/01/2012

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Real Estate Enjoys PE Support

Real estate and infrastructure management attracted the highest amount of PE funds with a total share of 22%. This is due to the fact that banks are already being cautious while lending to infrastructure and real estate firms and their lending to this sector has significantly dried up. Notably, PE funds have not lost trust in this sector. However, if we look, PE fund infusion into this sector in terms of absolute investment is still 5.1% down y-o-y. Automotive sector was the second to attract PE funds with a total share of 13%.






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