Fall of BJP shelves deregulation bill in India

Marathe, Kaumudi
April 1999
Business Insurance;04/26/99, Vol. 33 Issue 17, p45
Reports that legislation to deregulate India's insurance industry has been stalled by the collapse of the country's 13-month-old coalition government in April 1999. Provisions of the Insurance Regulatory Authority Bill; Decision by political parties to unanimously pass the state and railway budgets without further debate or delay; Prospects for the formation of a new government.


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