• Service: Advisory, Risk & Compliance, Governance Risk & Compliance Services
  • Type: Survey report
  • Date: 11/2/2011

Project India - Delivering on the promise 

Recent reports bring to notice that time and again, India has fallen short of meeting its infrastructure spends targets resulting in under–investment and a demand–supply gap in the country’s infrastructure facilities. The following report highlights the areas that need attention and also presents KPMG in India’s PoV (point–of–view) on the measures that need to be taken by infrastructure stakeholders to address the concerns. Moving away from a one size fits all planning approach, adopting integrated project delivery, balanced land acquisition laws and improvement of bureaucratic efficiencies by bringing in measures such as single window clearances are key steps that need to be taken to ensure speedy and holistic infrastructure growth for the country in the next decade.
Project India - Delivering on the promise
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