India Economic Conclave 2018 NEC's Kudlow on Jobs Report, 6 months ago   23:21

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India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Rapid economic reforms, ease of doing business & recognition of the country as the preferred destination for global investment are all signs of a strong economy.
India Economic Conclave 2018 is the fifth edition which aims to engage, enable & encourage global voices to further the India growth story.
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Dinesh Akhade
India's greatest problem is population. World average of population density is 51 person per sq km whereas india's population density is 406 that is 8 times . The ratio is worst as compared to big developed countries where density is less, like Canada ( 4), Us(33), Australia(3) Russia (9 ) china (146) brazil (25) . It put heavy pressure on land ( agriculture and forest) water resources for human consumption agriculture, industrial . To add to it Western lifestyle adopted by middle class indian like high alcohol ,liquor, non veg , sugar , edible oil consumtion require more stress on agriculture land water .so much so that it has to be imported
Anthony Demarco
Honestly how is India's economy doing
sabyasachi sadhu
Louda maharastra.
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NEC's Kudlow on Jobs Report, India Economic Conclave 2018 6 months ago   15:20

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Jan.04 -- National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow discusses the December jobs report, U.S. economy, China trade, and the prospect of a meeting between President Donald Trump and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell. He speaks with Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro on "Bloomberg Markets: The Open."