The world is in turmoil and so is India, but for different reasons.The common denominator is that bad governance everywhere is the main reason for the apocalypse.
As part of the creative destruction process, should we not address ourselves to shutting down useless organisations and creating new ones.
As long as its farm sector is protected, India will be a deal-maker in the WTO talks.
Competition policy allows govt to weigh competition distorting effects of important govt policy against positive/negative impacts in regard to public interest issues.
The National Food Security Bill, 2010 that aims to provide subsidised foodgrain to the very poor is welcome, but its definition of ‘food security’ is too narrow.
The govt seems to have taken its foot off the accelerator just when a further push to competition reforms is necessary.
In order to raise the bar for corporate governance standards, factors like total transparency, integrity and accountability must be taken into consideration in crafting governance structures and practices.
It is not the business of government to be in business.
- No blogs yet have been written by the author, we’re sure the author will contribute one soon