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Rohit Kumar , Working as a consultant, trying to explore th Nov, 25 2016

Private investment have not picked up in India, what can be done to improve on this?


India continues to stand out among emerging markets, with the International Monetary Fund having recently raised its growth forecast to above 7.5% for 2016-17 and 2017-18. Private investment has not yet picked up, despite rising public infrastructure investment, structural reforms in key sectors such as power, the passage of a long-awaited insolvency and bankruptcy code, and the further easing of limits on foreign direct investment.

What needs to be done to boost the same?

India continues to stand out among emerging markets, with the International Monetary Fund having recently raised its growth forecast to above 7.5% for 2016-17 and 2017-18. Private investment has not yet picked up, despite rising public infrastructure investment, structural reforms in key sectors such as power, the passage of a long-awaited insolvency and bankruptcy code, and the further easing of limits on foreign direct investment.What needs to be done to boost the same?

Nitin S. , Observe think and then speak Nov, 25 2016


Indian economy that had been suffering under the twin impact of global downturn and successive failure of monsoons, is expected to show consumption led growth. This comes in the backdrop of a robust monsoon and the implementation of seventh pay commission. In order to improve on the private investments we should focus on Improving the ease of doing business to increase investor confidence. This includes cutting down on red-tapism, corruption and granting quicker clearances. Lowering the interest rates to incentivise the corporates which are suffering from stressed balance sheets. capital infusion into banks, specially PSBs that are facing high number of NPAs.
Indian economy that had been suffering under the twin impact of global downturn and successive failure of monsoons, is expected to show consumption led growth. This comes in the backdrop of a robust monsoon and the implementation of seventh pay commission. In order to improve on the private investme