Discussion in 'Economy & Infrastructure' started by Free Karma, Apr 2, 2015.
Centre sets ambitious export target of $900 billion to be met by 2020, revamps export subsidy regime
what would help is to have the backbone ready and developed for our industry and exports to grow. for that the IT infrastructure is important since many parameters transect through it now. there was document that the NDA made about have a IT revolution especially on IT infrastructure that was not bad. with emphasis on speed
we really need to make it a policy to make internet especially high speed available at super high speed and cheaply
we ought to compare to nearby regions to see how our speed and cost is still higher ... some say WiFi hot spots but the speed we ought to focus on ought to be much much faster available to many and not a few. 1 Mbps is not fast and the cost needs to come down for higher and better speeds
$466b to $900b by 2020! Modi ji seems to be on a roll after Bank A/c opening drive. Make in India plan is not drawing takers, whatever projects are on the table are spill over from UPA era. To achieve this Target, Industry+Service output must grow by equal %. Highly ambitious plan, not possible before 2023. Govt. must prepare action plan and invest in import substitution. Cost-benefit-demand analysis (International) must be done on every import item. This target can be achieved only by giving fierce competition to China. Govt. must pursue High quality-Low Cost manufacturing in India religiously, encourage entrepreneurs and local industries to diversify. China has already established a robust MNC industrial/manufacturing base and providing huge incentives to make them stay in China.
How did you come up with 2023 number? Why industry+service should grow by same %? What is the logic?
Cost-benefit demand analysis on every item!! haha! And do what with that?
His post is filled with usual nonsensical rhetoric with no real content on the actual subject at hand
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