Mission Karmayogi, the Modi government’s much needed initiative to radically reform India’s gargantuan bureaucracy could well become a global benchmark and help in the drive to make India much more globally competitive, writes India Inc. Founder and CEO Manoj Ladwa.
The long-awaited overhaul of India’s education policy promises to provide students a liberal education and vocational training that will prepare them for jobs not only in India but across the world, says India Inc Founder and CEO Manoj Ladwa.
The broad bipartisan support for closer strategic and economic ties with India means that on the face of it Trump or Biden will be equally good (or bad) for India. However, with wider geo-political issues at stake and the huge influence that Indian American voters could have on the outcome in swing states, the race to the White House is far more important for India Inc. than ever before, writes India Inc Founder and CEO Manoj Ladwa.
Prime Minister Modi has repeatedly asserted that government has ‘no business being in business’. But critics doubted the rhetoric. This week Modi announced the biggest and most ambitious privatisation programme of state assets ever and in doing sends a strong signal that the Indian state is getting leaner and fitter for a post-Covid World, writes India Inc. Founder and CEO Manoj Ladwa.
By pressing ahead at this time with the privatisation of Air India and announcing that Non Resident Indians will be allowed to bid for and buy 100 per cent of India’s ailing national carrier, Modi is proving himself to be unabashed about continuing to walk the talk on economic reforms, writes India Inc. Founder and CEO Manoj Ladwa.
The 14th India-UK Joint Economic and Trade Committee (JETCO) comes with all the promise of post-Brexit “Early Harvest Agreements” in the lead up to a full-fledged free trade agreement (FTA); but it is important that the momentum unleashed by ministers on both sides is revved up to top speed now, writes India Inc. Founder & CEO Manoj Ladwa.
He is China’s most powerful leader since Mao himself and probably doesn’t have any independent sounding board in the upper echelons of China’s party and government elite. This is blinding the Chinese President to the rising tide of global resentment against Beijing’s coercive diplomatic and military tactics, write India Inc Founder and CEO Manoj Ladwa.
India’s success in creating the world’s second-largest PPE industry from scratch in a span of just three months offers a template for global brands setting up shop in India to gain a competitive edge and security of production. This template and these advantages should be leveraged to attract companies looking for alternatives to China, writes India Inc Founder and CEO Manoj Ladwa.