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Monthly Update On Cotton Yarn Production And Exports: January 2017        Indian Tractor Industry – Monthly Update        Indian Auto Component Industry: Demonetization Related Demand Pressure To Ease In Q4, But Rising Commodity Prices Poses Challenges        Indian Aviation Industry: Continued Rapid Growth In Traffic And Capacity Addition; But Trouble In Store As Atf Prices Continue Its Uptrend        Month in Review December 2016: Most available indicators point to a loss of economic growth momentum in December 2016        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 Commercial Vehicle Industry ; Pre-buying ahead of BS-IV norms remains key in midst of recent headwinds        Indian Banking Sector: Performance Update and Outlook , Asset quality and profitability remain weak; capital being shored up through AT 1 bond issuances        WPI inflation rose to 3.4% in December 2016 from 3.2% in November 2016, converging with CPI inflation        Lower food inflation dampens CPI inflation to 3.4% in December 2016 from 3.6% in November 2016, while core inflation remains largely sticky       
 
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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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INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR RATING

ICRA’s Infrastructure Sector Ratings encompass the ratings assigned to debt programmes of issuers in the power, roads, telecommunications and other such infrastructure related sectors. Given the huge funding requirement in these sectors and the growing inability of the Government, both at the Centre and State, to fund such projects, private sector initiatives in infrastructure projects has come to assume paramount importance. At the same time, infrastructure projects are capital intensive, involve high leveraging, and have a long gestation period. Such projects require innovative structuring to make them bankable. ICRA, therefore, expects that ratings in this sector will increasingly gain importance both from the issuers’ and the investors’ perspective. The rating process involves an assessment of the fundamental viability of the project, being financed, a rigorous analysis of the political, legal and regulatory environment affecting the sector, and the contractual framework for mitigating risks. The rating process also entails assessment of the specific credit enhancement mechanisms that the issuer may put in place to achieve a higher rating compared with the one that would have otherwise achieved.

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