The Narendra Modi government is trying to change the way India runs its economy by loosening restrictions on the industries and financial services sectors.
Here are five big challenges it faces: 1.
Industry-specific policies are proving to be the Achilles’ heel.
The industry-specific measures are likely to cause the worst damage, but not because of their impact on employment.
They are a distraction from the real problem.
The country is on the path to economic collapse.
It will be even more challenging to bring down the economic growth rate in the next five years.
The real problem is that the policies being introduced are being used to bring the economy down and reduce job opportunities.
For instance, the government has proposed a plan to create 5 million jobs by 2020, with an eye on reducing job losses from manufacturing and construction.
That is the same plan that was used by the previous UPA government to bring India back from the brink of bankruptcy.
A better strategy is to focus on the sectors that need to be reformed and to ensure they have jobs.
The Modi government should instead focus on creating jobs for the unemployed.
The GST is a bad idea.
The Goods and Services Tax is an idea that has been widely debated and is unlikely to be a success.
The current government’s proposal to increase the tax rate from 7% to 10% would have been the most important factor in driving down the growth rate.
The government should have done a much better job in drafting and finalizing the GST, which would have created a lot of jobs and generated much-needed investment.
The new government has no plans to boost India’s exports.
It is already one of the world’s fastest-growing economies, thanks to its booming manufacturing sector.
The recent reforms by the Modi government have been largely geared towards improving its competitiveness.
The growth of the economy has slowed in recent years and the government is struggling to bring back some of the growth it experienced in the 1990s.
The latest budget proposal is expected to worsen the situation.
The NDA government’s new policies are not working.
The Narendra Modisao government has been criticized for not addressing the problems plaguing India’s economy.
For example, it failed to take a clear stance on demonetization, which has led to large numbers of people in India holding cash and withdrawing their money.
However, there are signs that the Modi administration is working to address the issues that have led to the recent downturn.
For starters, the Modi cabinet is expected in the first half of next year to take the next steps in setting up a new financial regulator, an initiative that has the potential to be very disruptive.
The Finance Ministry is also expected to draft a new set of rules for setting up new financial institutions.
The Cabinet is expected, too, to finalize a plan for setting the maximum permissible capital level of banks.
The last major policy shift by the government to address India’s financial crisis was a tax reform in 2014 that brought in a new tax regime for the wealthy.
The next move by the country’s top leadership will be to take stock of what has been achieved and to assess the options to fix the underlying causes of the problems.