Amitabh Dubey

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India Reform Watch: As FDI reforms run into turbulence, Modi will likely have to reach out to opposition parties

Overview

Just two days after its Bihar election defeat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government signalled its commitment to economic reform by announcing the easing of FDI limits in 15 areas. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said the government would proceed with economic reforms that did not require legislation since its lack of a Rajya Sabha (upper house) majority has made passing bills difficult. But parliamentary storms loom as politics gets the better of...

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