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Rising commodity prices risk raising costs for India's infra plans

Commodity super-cycle may upset plans for national infrastructure pipeline, raise expenses for Railways

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Commodity options | India's infrastructure | Commodity Exchange

Ishaan Gera  |  New Delhi 



Infrastructure, DFI, workers, contruction, realty, real estate, property, workers, labour
A sharp rise in commodity prices runs the risk of inflating the cost of ongoing projects and rendering them unviable.

Inflation will likely hurt as commodity prices rise. The wholesale price index for basic metals and manufacturing has been mimicking . Rising commodity prices will hurt India's national infrastructure pipeline project, where the government plans to invest Rs 114 trillion (Rs 114 lakh crore) by 2024-25.

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First Published: Mon, June 07 2021. 13:22 IST

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