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IL&FS Transportation. Investment analysis. India

🕔 January 12, 2011

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Let me share with you a new analysis provided by Asit C. Mehta that recommends buying ILFS Transportation and that explains why this company add great values to its investors. Their mean reason to support their "buy" label are:

  •  Largest BOT player with around 10,000 lane kms scheduled to be operational by year 2014
  •  Moving towards balanced portfolio of Annuity and Toll based projects (46:54): To de -risk uncertainty in traffic growth
  •  Strategy is to build largest project portfolio by efficient use of resource
  •  ELSAMEX S A, International Subsidiary with 31, 000-lane kms under portfolio
  •  Huge opportunities for new upcoming projects: strong contender to add  more projects under its portfolio
  •  Strong order book dictates a clear visibility of EPC business for going forward
  •  Road BOT segment's value is diversified among  all projects
If you are a new visitor you may be also interested in all these previous reports we have posted along the way:
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- Hindustan Construction Company
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- Nagarjuna Conestruction
- Patel Engineering
- Gayatri Projects
- Madhucon Projects
- Analysis of Ramky Infrastructure (Ramky Infrastructure recently made its Initial public offer (IPO))
- Analysis of RPP Infra Projects, complete report that analyzes its revenue structure and its current financial situation (RPP Infra Projects recently made its Initial public offer (IPO))



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