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CCI Focus On De-Bottlenecking Boosts Sentiment: Shikha Sharma

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September 13: When you’re trying to kick-start the investment cycle, it is important to first de-bottleneck the existing projects, says Shikha Sharma of Axis Bank. We also need to see people trading existing assets and the Ultratech-Jaypee deal is positive and a sign of money being put down for assets, she says. “India Inc’s sentiment is changing,” she says, adding that new large projects will take their time.