India: Finding The Path To Reform

October 2006
Emerging Markets Monitor;10/30/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 28, p8
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The article reports economic conditions in India. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh finds its difficult to implement economic reforms that will accelerate the country's development due to political opposition. For the meantime his efforts are focused on liberalizing the financial sector, improving infrastructure and creating special economic zones.


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