Monthly Archives: September 2013

Manufacturing India: Manufacture and Export

“Unless India gets back to encouraging manufacturing, sees growth in manufacturing, it is critical as manufacturing ultimately creates the biggest jobs. We thought we could leapfrog that era and move directly to the digital era. That is not going to … Continue reading

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Manufacturing India: Expectation from NaMo

It is good that finally NaMo is the prime ministerial candidate of the main opposition group of the country. Many in the country wish him to bring a victory for the NDA, the alliance group. If the major minority community … Continue reading

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Manufacturing India: CAD

The Indian economists and many columnists in past few weeks have been discussing CAD (Current Account Deficit) so much that today even a commoner knows the reason of worries of the government. CAD most simply is the difference between the … Continue reading

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