India Economic Outlook Jack Ma: You're Supposed to Spend 1 week ago   59:57

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Domestic fiscal and monetary policies have bolstered economic growth in India. However, as some advanced economies retreat from globalisation, India’s progress in trade and manufacturing may be hindered, if unaddressed.

This session was developed in partnership with CNBC Asia.

- Adi B. Godrej, Chairman, The Godrej Group, Godrej Industries, India
- Shobana Kamineni, President, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), India
- Sanjeev Sanyal, Principal Economic Adviser, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance of India, India

Moderated by
- Martin Soong, Anchor, CNBC Asia, Singapore

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Ravisankar Balasubramanian
Sanyal supports BJP government in each of his statements
Godrej rightly expressed the resource LAND
Bhaswar Paul
Sanjeev you rock. Supporting any political ideology may not have been the initial thought. But supporting the right ideology which is for the larger good of the country and propelling the economy towards one of the top 4 global economies is absolutely in course.
Omkar Srikrishna
Sanjeev Sanyal should be our Indian Finance Minister in future. His clarity about the dynamical economics is unparalleled.
Amone Hongkham
Is this red vest guy serving in government? Because he did all the talking backed the government that’s not help to solve the problem.
suraj narwani
https://tradingeconomics.com/india/forecast .. what do you think ?
suraj narwani
Well i think it's fucked up.
Quanta Sanctum
The key to a healthy GDP is the mobilisation of the population. That requires a Holistic approach: Create the comforts and conveniences for the people at the grassroots to go to work.

Work begins at the end of the day: The common man sleeps in a bed that is just a mat, worries about where and when to defecate when he wakes up, worries about will there be water to clean his arse, how to get on board the commuter bus/train, and many more nightmarish steps....

Make the common man sleep well, wake up looking forward to going to work, end the work day looking forward to going back to the comfort of a home.... those are the things that makes a nation get up and go to work, and be a productive worker.

All the participants in the above panel live in luxury, exploit the workers shamelessly, and treat them shamefully. Bloody bastards!
ram graphic
job growth rate in India lower than 2013
Kai Tang
This is called group therapy.
Jason Zhao
I look down upon all INDIAN especially those with dark skin, because they are filthy ,arrogant and ignorant.
Ugly Indian like to boast rather than do real things.After 70 years of independence , India still need to buy 90% of defense weapons from other nations. So, India is superpower?? Fuck off ,OK? India will remain in third world forever.
Jason Zhao
I look down upon all INDIAN especially those with dark skin, because they are filthy ,arrogant and ignorant.
Ugly Indian like to boast rather than do real things.After 70 years of independence , India still need to buy 90% of defense weapons from other nations. So, India is superpower?? Fuck off ,OK? India will remain in third world forever.
Avinash Kumar
https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/energy/oil-gas/high-court-refuses-to-stay-probe-in-ril-gas-price-issue/articleshow/61754525.cms
chandrashekar simha
Logical points from a professional panel,
agree with Adi Godrej on increasing equity capital and great opportunities in consumables/auto/white goods market
Sanjeev referred to bank recapitalization which is on now
Good point on radical reforms with quick feedback correcting loops and the right time is now, great resilience of Indian economy is supportive environment for reforms including demonetization, GST, bankruptcy law, PSU bank consolidation, equity market increase, bank recapitalization.,
The narrative of reforms is not connecting dots backwards but a deliberate well thought out policy making
400B$ reserves, 8% 2018 onwards
kuljit singh
BJP is a party of crooks
Divay Pratap
Chandigarh is the worst design for a city? It is awesome and easy to navigate. I go there everyday. Traffic management and infrastructure as of now is great! What is he talking about?
Naveen Boggarapu
I think we should be critical, if we have done something wrong and complimentary if we have done good. But here people are scared to be critical.
Seeker's Soul
Some independent economist needed in discussions like this, totally biased.
Seeker's Soul
What kind of forum is this? Where only one side is been discussed.
bangalore boy
the political guy says, we sat over GST for 20yrs.....but truth is Chidambaram was out rightly show the back door by the opposition to implement. Indian economy is strong by itself even if you kiil it,,,,it will rise by itself. The need of the hour is to protect it and nurture it upwards and not take it for t tipsy ride
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