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Outlook on Indian Power Sector        WPI moderates to 5.2% in July 2014 from 5.4% in June 2014, in contrast to the rise in CPI; core-WPI declines to six month low        Contraction in consumer durables output offsets healthy core sector expansion to dampen IIP growth to 3.4% in June 2014        CPI inflation rises to 8.0% in July 2014 from revised 7.5% in June 2014; delayed sowing emerges as a key risk to crop yields and food price trajectory        Indian Pharmaceuticals Industry; Generic opportunities keep outlook stable despite challenges across key markets        Indian Automobile Industry; Growth momentum of Q1 2014-15 to continue in the ongoing quarter due to an early festive season vis-à-vis last year        Indian Solar Photovoltaic Industry; Extent of fulfillment of solar renewable purchase obligations by the obligated entities would determine the health of the domestic solar photovoltaic industry going forward        Indian Sugar Sector; Improved Outlook Following Fiscal Benefits and Expected Supply Correction        Indian Road Sector; Lagging behind in the five year plan, the new Government has a lot of catching up to do        Indian Gold Jewellery Retail Industry; Improving operating environment on the back of expected gradual easing of regulations and reduced price risks on inventory, a positive for the industry       
 
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Outlook on Indian Power Sector
WPI moderates to 5.2% in July 2014 from 5.4% in June 2014, in contrast to the rise in CPI; core-WPI declines to six month low
CPI inflation rises to 8.0% in July 2014 from revised 7.5% in June 2014; delayed sowing emerges as a key risk to crop yields and food price trajectory
Indian Pharmaceuticals Industry; Generic opportunities keep outlook stable despite challenges across key markets
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INSURANCE SECTOR RATING

ICRA’s Claims Paying Ability Ratings (CPRs) for insurance companies are ICRA’s opinion on the ability of the insurers concerned to honour policyholder claims and obligations on time. In other words, a CPR is ICRA’s opinion on the financial strength of the insurer, from a policyholder’s perspective. Following deregulation, a paradigm shift is expected in the domestic insurance sector as newer players and products enter the market. Given this scenario, ICRA expects its CPRs to be an important input influencing the consumer’s choice of insurance companies and products. ICRA’s Rating process involves analysis of an insurer’s business fundamentals and its competitive position, and focuses primarily on the insurer’s franchise value, its management, organisational structure/ownership, and underwriting and investment strategies. Besides, the analysis includes assessment of an insurance company’s profitability, liquidity, operating and financial leverage, capital adequacy, and asset/liability management method.

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