Opinion | Two different reports but with similar action replays
The two reports fail to provide new insights in their coverage of different sectors and what is required
As the year-end draws near, two studies have been released, independent of each other, but both wishing to improve India’s economy. The first is titled “An Economic Strategy for India" and is authored jointly by a group of 13 economists, including former Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram Rajan, Ford International professor of economics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Abhijit Banerjee and chief economist for the International Monetary Fund Gita Gopinath. A few days later, the government’s think tank Niti Aayog released its report called “Strategy for New India@75".
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