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By Suman Bery, Barry P. Bosworth, Arvind Panagariya

A brand new annual ebook devoted to examine at the modern Indian economic system. It presents a discussion board for addressing the scope, velocity, and desirability of monetary reforms inside India and their basic affects at the country's social and monetary welfare.

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Software exports (including business process outsourcing) accounts for the greater part of the growth in the miscellaneous category during the 1990s. 6 billion in 2002–03. Interestingly, a substantial part of the growth in remittances has also come from the software industry, since these remittances include the repatriation of earnings by temporary Indian workers in the United States (mainly H1B visa holders). 2 billion in 2001–02. Finally, it comes as no surprise that India is far from achieving its potential in tourism.

167) offers a more direct indictment of the telecommunications sector in India in the early 1980s and the government’s attitude toward it: “The government’s indifferent attitude to the needs to improve India’s communications infrastructure was epitomized by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s communications minister, C. M. ” 38. Mukerji (2004). 39. Kehoe and Ruhl (2002). 26 INDIA POLICY FORUM, 2004 contributed little or nothing to the volume of imports in 1988 and therefore contains the largest number of products.

The key unskilled labor–intensive sectors have grown at best at the average pace of all merchandise exports. For example, leather manufactures have grown at rates well below the average, whereas ready-made garments and textiles, yarn, fabrics, and made-up goods have grown at approximately the average rate of all merchandise exports. Third, on the import side, perhaps the most remarkable observation is that the share of capital goods imports declined drastically during the 1990s (table 5). 1 percent in 2001–02.

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