A Report on the Emerging Economy of India


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A Report on the Emerging Economy of India
This report will review India’s emerging economy, with a view to its history, its features, strengths and weaknesses, and the outlook for its future.
As Joshi and Little ADDIN ZOTERO_ITEM {"citationID":"1sqn5bovi1","citationItems":[{"locator":"11","label":"page","suppress-author":true,"uri":["http://zotero.org/users/10790/items/35G8BM6I"]}]} (1994, p.11) recount, the bulk of India’s government and financial institutions were already in place in 1947, when India became independent from British rule. Inland Revenue, Customs and Excise, the Reserve Bank, and others performed similar services as the UK equivalent. Jawaharial Nehru, who wielded vast political and economic...
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