JOBS, jobs and more jobs is the mantra of the new dispensation.
After years of job losses, courtesy high interest rates, poor off take in export markets and a slowing economy, the
A slew of reforms will kick in with a lag, according to the survey, "Hence we may envision a five-year period within which reforms are put in place, followed by a period within which the economy will fully absorb the new environment and achieve a higher trend of growth." That
Many economists believe the last government's accounting understated the size of the deficit, and Jaitley will need to present a credible recovery plan to keep the ratings agencies onside. "
The priority of the new government, the survey said, should be to revive business sentiments "that could be at the heart of restarting the investment cycle".
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