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Adani Ports: Opening the door to India

Mundra Port has set a global benchmark with investment in latest technology, says Dr Wilfried Aulbur

Dr Wilfried Aulbur 

Not unlike some of their global peers, Indian business people are renowned for their financial prudence. Investments are made after careful deliberation in a step-by-step fashion, often after exhausting existing capacities to the fullest. Adani Ports is the antithesis to this behaviour. Massive investments were made early on in anticipation of substantial demand as well as with the determination to become one of the leading port operators globally in terms of efficiency. Growth in India's exports has outpaced most other nations. At a CAGR of 15.4 percent from 2002-2015, India ...

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Mundra Port has set a global benchmark with investment in latest technology, says Dr Wilfried Aulbur

Mundra Port has set a global benchmark with investment in latest technology, says Dr Wilfried Aulbur Not unlike some of their global peers, Indian business people are renowned for their financial prudence. Investments are made after careful deliberation in a step-by-step fashion, often after exhausting existing capacities to the fullest. Adani Ports is the antithesis to this behaviour. Massive investments were made early on in anticipation of substantial demand as well as with the determination to become one of the leading port operators globally in terms of efficiency. Growth in India's exports has outpaced most other nations. At a CAGR of 15.4 percent from 2002-2015, India ... image
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Adani Ports: Opening the door to India

Mundra Port has set a global benchmark with investment in latest technology, says Dr Wilfried Aulbur

Not unlike some of their global peers, Indian business people are renowned for their financial prudence. Investments are made after careful deliberation in a step-by-step fashion, often after exhausting existing capacities to the fullest. Adani Ports is the antithesis to this behaviour. Massive investments were made early on in anticipation of substantial demand as well as with the determination to become one of the leading port operators globally in terms of efficiency. Growth in India's exports has outpaced most other nations. At a CAGR of 15.4 percent from 2002-2015, India ...

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