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COVID-19 and Real Estate: This Could be the Last Straw that Broke Camel’s Back 

by Divya Malcolm

Published: April, 2020

Submission: April, 2020

 



Given below is the link to the article on the captionedsubject. The article discusses the impact of COVID-19 on the Real Estate sector as India’s largest employer and the recent measures announced by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).The article authored by Divya Malcolm, partner, Kochhar & Co. Mumbai has been published online on Governance Now. Please click the link below to read…


http://www.governancenow.com/views/columns/covid19-and-real-estate-this-could-be-last-straw-that-broke-the-camels-back-


 


Covid-19 and real estate: This could be last straw that broke camel’s back -Governance Now


Covid-19 may turn out to be the last straw that broke the camel’s back so far as the real estate sector is concerned. It broke out at a time when pundits were estimating the GDP to be hovering around 2.5% with unprecedent levels of unemployment. This itself was a good indicator that the real ...

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