Posted on November 4, 2008

The government of India has committed to a huge investment in roads, rail and ports in order to facilitate increased international trade.  The throughput at India’s ports is currently well below that in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore and the Indian planning commission wishes invest in the infrastructure in order to increase that throughput.  The economy seems to be insulated from the global downturn, and GDP is forecast to grow by about 7 – 7.5% this year.  The investment should allow companies to offer integrated logistics solutions and increase volumes of all types of freight.

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