TMS Ep213: Adani 5G Bid, Erik Berglof, Gold, Lead Investors


Gautam Adani is making a foray into the telecom sector. His group will participate in the 5G auction to implement private network solutions across its operations. Although the resource-rich conglomerate is not entering the consumer space to provide you with 5G services, analysts believe it may only be a matter of time before it tries its luck there. -down too. In both cases, the telcos are disrupted. So how will Adani Group’s decision to enter the industry affect established players like Jio and Airtel?

Despite the economic slowdown, Adani Group’s revenue has multiplied over the past few years, which, on the other hand, have been difficult for most economies. And in these difficult times, the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is helping Asian countries overcome the crisis. In an interview with Business Standard’s Asit Ranjan Mishra on the sidelines of the Kautilya Economic Conclave, AIIB Chief Economist Erik Berglof talks about the ongoing economic turmoil and how the bank has played a key role in the rapprochement of India and China.






While the financial markets are going through a period of turbulence, is it a good strategy to take refuge in gold? What are the key factors you should keep in mind before investing in the yellow metal?

The return from a good IPO is sometimes as good as gold. According to reports, Tata Group plans to propose an IPO of one of its subsidiaries, Tata Technologies, this financial year. But before reaching the primary market, the conglomerate will have to find anchor investors, which will not be so difficult. So who are the major investors and why are they so important in building the IPO image? Let’s find out in this episode of the podcast.

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