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Indian Tractor Industry – Monthly Update
Monthly Update On Cotton Yarn Production And Exports: January 2017
GST on services accruing to states to be twice as high as share of service tax devolved to State Governments on every Rs. 100 of taxable services in current regime
Indian Aviation Industry: Continued Rapid Growth In Traffic And Capacity Addition; But Trouble In Store As Atf Prices Continue Its Uptrend
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BANK LOAN/LINE OF CREDIT RATING (BASEL II)

The Bank Line of Credit Rating service from ICRA entails evaluating the capability of an issuer to timely meet its debt obligations against a specific line of credit, in the light of the relevant terms, conditions and covenants. ICRA considers all relevant factors that have a bearing on the future cash generation and debt servicing ability of the issuer. These factors include: industry characteristics, regulations, competitive position of the issuer, operational efficiency, management quality, commitment to new projects and other associate companies, and funding policies of the issuer. A detailed analysis of past financial statements is made to assess performance under "real world" business dynamics. Estimates of future earnings over the next three to five years under various sensitivity scenarios are drawn up and evaluated against the claims and obligations that would require servicing. Primarily, it is the relative comfort on the level and quality of the issuer's cash flows to service obligations that determines its rating.

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