Enhancing the Capacity for Growth

Today, India can sustain a GDP growth of 8 percent a year. Increasing this to 9 or 10 percent will need more mobilization of investment resources; better allocation of these resources through more efficient capital markets; higher investment in infrastructure through both public and PPP routes; and more efficient use of public resources.

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Should we reduce food and fertilizer subsidies to provide more resources for rural infrastructure? If so, how?

Re: Should we reduce food and fertilizer subsidies to provide more resources for rural infrastructure? If so, how?

Postby sairam_4321@yahoo.com » Fri Jan 27, 2012 10:19 am

In my opinion all three fertiliser should be reduced to a considerable extent :giving subsidy to the fertiliser which is deficit in the respective land.....
food subsidy should be continued but it should be monitored on a regular basis otherwise many people will not be benifitted.....
mechanisation should be taken up by allowing FDI into this sector,government should ensure that per every village certain number of modern machines should be thers...
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