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Infrastructure revolution offering huge opportunities

By Gautam Khaitan and Nidhi Mathur, OP Khaitan & Co

Government liberalizing pattern for FDI reforms

By Gautam Khaitan and Arihant Jain, OP Khaitan & Co

Indian telecom industry on a growth trajectory

By Gautam Khaitan and Nidhi Mathur, OP Khaitan & Co

Government gears up for more drug sector buyouts

By Gautam Khaitan and Amlan Jyoti Borah, OP Khaitan & Co

Africa-bound investment: New globalization pattern

By Gautam Khaitan and Nidhi Mathur, OP Khaitan & Co

Recent consolidated policy: Anything new in it for you?

By Gautam Khaitan and Gaurav Kapur, OP Khaitan & Co

India outbound FDI trends and recent developments

By Gautam Khaitan and Nidhi Mathur, OP Khaitan & Co

FDI in the defence sector: Should India allow more?

By Gautam Khaitan, OP Khaitan & Co

FDI in aviation sector: Flying high or lying low?

By Gautam Khaitan and Prarabdha R Jaipuriar, OP Khaitan & Co

Changing scenarios in retail trade in India

By Gautam Khaitan and Arihant Jain, OP Khaitan & Co

FDI in print media promises readers more variety

By Gautam Khaitan, OP Khaitan & Co

Rationalizing FDI policy for petroleum and gas

By Gautam Khaitan, OP Khaitan & Co

FDI limits relaxed to boost aviation investment

By Gautam Khaitan, OP Khaitan & Co

FDI route facilitates more real estate investment

By Gautam Khaitan, OP Khaitan & Co

Cautious moves towards greater FDI in retail

By Gautam Khaitan, OP Khaitan & Co

Continuing liberalization increases India’s appeal

By Gautam Khaitan, OP Khaitan & Co

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