India’s Century?

Indra Sharma writes about the various positives, including large talent pool, high potential demand, emerging player in the commodity markets, huge number of quality private entrepreneurs and world class manufacturing management practices and managerial excellence. He adds: “India will be a prominent player in the global economy. However, many things are to be improved. Infrastructure of roads, ports, power, telecom must become world class. Man made administrative hurdles and red tapes must go. Labour productivity must be allowed to grow near world level. All that will be necessary for a country moving towards strong and sustainable growth to get a palce in super power club and a nation that becomes recognized and respected globally.”

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Rajesh Jain

An Entrepreneur based in Mumbai, India.