To make ‘Make in India’ happen, delete control | Times of India Opinion

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This is an excellent article from the Times of India. Check it out!

via To make ‘Make in India’ happen, delete control | Times of India Opinion.

For India to be successful economically it must open up her economy to capitalism, like China. India can grow very quickly if the politicians stop meddling and the bureaucrats are put back in the bottle.

India is a hugely important market for investment and development but India must remove the red-tape. Corruption is also a challenge, and once again, India should follow China’s example, with some highly publicized criminal prosecutions.



Angry Britain


This is worth a read, especially given that it’s written by a teenager!

Originally posted on What Youth Think:

If you check the Twitter or Facebook feed of any politician, political party, company, news agency, TV channel, journalist, author – in fact pretty much anyone – you’ll notice one thing. No matter what they say, in the replies, someone will be angry with them.

If ITV News dare post a positive or light hearted story, they’ll be vilified for ‘ignoring the important things happening in the world.’ If a politician tweets about an inspirational person or cause, they’re ‘jumping on the bandwagon’ merely for personal gain, and if that happens to David Cameron he should ‘get back to running the country’ even if it happens to be 3:30 on a Sunday afternoon. If a mobile phone network (possibly among the most hated companies in the country) makes a gag they’re ridiculed for awful signal or customer service. All this moaning can only suggest one thing. Britain is full of very angry people.

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