People walk past an under construction building in Mumbai. Associated Press
Institutional investments increased in Indian real estate sector in the last ten years and have improved investor confidence, risk appetite and transparency. Enhanced use of technology across asset classes have changed the outlook of investors
Demand in the real estate sector plunged in the second half of 2019 as housing sales fell around 22 per cent in July-December compared to the total sales first six months, a report by Anarock Property Consultants said on Wednesday.
The measures announced recently in the Union Budget granting 100 per cent tax exemption on interest, dividend and capital gains income to Sovereign Wealth Funds (SWFs) investing in infrastructure, will further help boost investments in affordable housing and logistics, according to JLL research.
The latest move by Lughati, the Sharjah-based initiative which has been supporting the smart way of learning Arabic via digital platforms across the
Attorney General William Barr can’t seem to get out of the headlines. Maybe he doesn’t want to.
As the UK contemplates yet again a change in direction, with more restrictions on activity to curb COVID-19, we should reflect on what is happening elsewhere in the world. Only a few months ago, Sweden was the heart of darkness: a country which, for unaccountable reasons, had gone off the rails, embracing weird theories about the pandemic, disdaining lockdown, resulting in the slaughter of its elderly population and ostracism from the club of civilised social democratic countries in Scandinavia. Now it emerges that they may have been on to something, with a consistent – and apparently successful – approach.
When Mitch McConnell blocked President Barack Obama’s choice to fill a Supreme Court vacancy in March 2016, he claimed he wanted to “let the American people decide” in November elections eight months later.