High logistics costs

Indian Railways May Add 20 Percent Incremental GDP In 4 Years

If Indian railways successfully achieve the plan to spend Rs. 8.56 trillion over F15-19e, 20% of all incremental growth forecast by Morgan Stanley economists would come only from such railway-led investments. In its Nov. 25 research report in their “The Next India” series, Akshay Soni and team at Morgan Stanley said they believe that a rightsizing between roads and rail in India could lead to a savings of 120-150 bps of GDP.
India's logistics hurting manufacturing competitiveness
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