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Real estate sector is the second-largest employer in India after agriculture and is slated to grow by more than 20 percent in the next decade.
"Real estate is the second most active sector attracting private equity investors in the last ten months," he said at the seventh convention of the National Association of Realtors (NAR), touted as India's biggest real estate convention.
A Leading real estate player said that the real estate industry played a pivotal role in bringing hundred of large global MNCs.
As many as 1,200 delegates from various nationalities attended the NAR - India to deliberate on the crucial issues pertaining to real estate.
Realtors, developers, architects, lawyers, investors, venture capital firms, equity funds, chartered accountants, financial institutions, property valuers and others from across India participated in the event.
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