According to economist Swaminathan S. Anklesaria Aiyar, the Hindenburg report may be the "greatest thing" that has ever happened to billionaire Gautam Adani since it might instill financial discipline within the group. According to Mr. Aiyar's argument in a commentary for the Adani Group will profit by lowering the "breakneck speed" at which it has been growing and diversifying. The Adani Group's stock has been devastated as a result of a report by US short-seller Hindenburg Research. "The Hindenburg report, in my opinion, may have been the finest thing that ever happened to Adani because it would slow down his rate of growth and diversification and make his financiers more watchful and vigilant going forward. This might force Adani into much-needed financial discipline for his own sakehe pens". "The Hindenburg may have actually been a blessing in disguise, or, as Winston Churchill put it when his wife attempted to lift his spirits after his post-war political setback, a blessing that was "very cleverly camouflaged." He adds that he does not hold any shares of the Adani firm due to "expensive prices and significant risk," but that "one day I might truly acquire Adani shares." Following allegations of unlawful use of tax havens and stock manipulation by the "apples-to-airports" conglomerate made in the Hindenburg report, the market value of seven listed Adani Group firms fell by almost $125 billion. Any misconduct has been categorically rejected by the Adani Group. "Adani has been rapidly diversifying and growing by making acquisitions and placing extremely high bids at auctions while utilising borrowed money. This permits quick development,but carries substantial hazards," Mr. Aiyar notes. The economist rejects the charge, frequently made by opposition parties, that Mr. Adani amassed his wealth via political favouritism and manipulation while "mining money in cosy monopolies." "I am at odds. Without extraordinary business talents, it is difficult to rise from modest beginnings to third place globally in 20 years, he says.
He further refutes the criticism that the BJP in power "gave" the wealthy businessman from Gujarat access to ports, mines, airports, and transmission lines. No. Adani was first granted permission by the government to run a small port in the Kutch desert without even a train link. He remarks on his visit to the Mundhra port, which he believed "seemed to be on another planet," and how it is almost incredible that this desert area has been transformed into India's greatest port. Thus, the government is supporting his purchase of vital ports and jetties in Israel and Sri Lanka. Opponents describe this as a favour. Really? The Haifa Port will cost $1.18 billion and the Sri Lanka terminal $750 million. No Indian competitor would dare to even try.provided on a pla "Because to Adani's abilities, he is now more than just a businessperson. Mr.an, "Mrasserts. asserts. According to the economist, all businesspeople make connections with politicians, but this cannot ensure success. He also notes that building successful infrastructure takes expertise, not simply relationships. friends. Mr. compares Mr. Adani to Dhirubhai Ambani, who, in his opinion, shown "by "defeating the old titans atgame, enormous skill." I have the game." People who simply pay attention to his manipulation are unaware of the extraordinary abilities that made him a historical giant, Adanid all Adani is moving in a similar direction, he said.
Hindenburg Report : May Be Best Thing That Happened To Adani
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