India will improve upon its 7.6% growth of last fiscal: Jaitley

Arun Jaitley, Jagmohan Dalmiya, Dalmiya’s Son, Avishek Dalmiya
Arun Jaitley visits Jagmohan Dalmiya's Kolkata residence to offer condolence

Beijing: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today stated that sky is the limit for the country’s appetite to draw infrastructural investments. He further mentioned that India will improve upon its 7.6 per cent growth of last fiscal.

Jaitley in an interview to China’s English language television channel stated: “The potential for investing in infrastructure, urbanisation, housing, power, electricity, water, social sector, for us even today, the sky is the limit. That’s the kind of investments we require.”

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Finance minister further went on to say that  infrastructure finance is also one of the most important spotlight areas for the first board of governors meeting of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB).

“Depending on the kind of finances that are initially available, we would like to see which ones of these projects — some of them could be financed by the AIIBA,” he added further.

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