GST, DEMONETISATION HAVE LOWERED CITIES' REAL ESTATE RANKING, SAYS REPORT

As per a survey conducted jointly by the Urban Land Institute and consultancy PwC, the initial effects of demonetisation and GST reforms reflected in the investment and development prospects of the country's cities which have moved out from the premier positions of last year The post GST, demonetisation have lowered cities’ real estate ranking, says report appeared first on Firstpost.

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