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PropTiger survey: Affordable housing in India grows during Q3 FY17

The business head of PropTiger's consulting and data insights unit Anurag Jhanwar said: "with new policies, the government aims to provide a fillip to the building of 30 million homes for the economically weaker sections and low-income groups by 2022. This spells immense opportunity for private developers to explore affordable housing to fuel sales."
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