Kamal Nath discusses India's infrastructure deficit

India's cabinet minister for road transport and highways keeps the audience entertained at Credit Suisse's Asian Investment Conference, but shares few specifics about his investment plans for the sector.

Kamal Nath made the first luncheon address at the 2010 Credit Suisse Asian Investment Conference to a packed room yesterday. India's cabinet minister for road transport and highways was in fine fettle as he regaled the audience with humorous anecdotes and personal reminiscences. His talk kept the audience engaged, but lacked specifics regarding his plans to meet his infrastructure development targets for India.

In his introduction of Nath, Credit Suisse's chief executive officer for Asia-Pacific, Kai Nargolwala, mentioned that the two are old friends and that Nath's current portfolio infrastructure represents his biggest challenge yet. Nath elaborated on the theme of their association as well, saying in school Nargolwala was always the good...

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