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Will the economic liberalization continue regardless of which government comes to power at the centre?

Asked by Ushus, 05 May '09 02:12 pm
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India has embraced the liberalised econmy, removing trade barriers, opening the Indian markets to the foreign countries India has borrowed the maximum possible from IMF,World Bank, Asian Devt Bank , The Japanese Bank for international cooperation etc Opening up of the Indian economy was a pre condition for getting inancial assistance kin the form of loans from all these International Monetary Agencies Now, there is no going back, which ever Party comes to power Even the BJP which ruled this country couldnot roll back the Indian econmy to the previous protected market and license raj
Answered by thampy chacko, 05 May '09 02:23 pm

 
  
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No government can afford to go back from economic liberalization. It has become inevitable to sustain our economy.
Answered by Good Citizen, 05 May '09 05:25 pm

 
  
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Can you point out any radical reform introduced by congress govt discontinued by a non-congress rule, and can you tell that any rational practice followed by the congress govt. denied or discontinued by any non congress -govt. ?
Answered by Amritha rasa, 05 May '09 03:37 pm

 
  
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Yes. No one can undermine it.
Answered by Srijith KP, 05 May '09 02:17 pm

 
  
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Yes, to a great extent. We have no other go.
Answered by krishnaswamy thattai renganathaiyengar, 07 May '09 06:01 pm

 
  
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