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How is to control inflation to combat presence impasse?

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Asked by Sulekha khuntdar, 26 Aug '13 08:50 pm
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All out steps be taken to recover black money, revolution in small scale industries and welcoming large scale industries side by side, agrarian reforms, income tax be imposed taking one family unit, giving education to all.
Answered by lalit mahata, 26 Aug '13 09:14 pm

 
  
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Everyone has answered about what is to be done at macro level i.e. by government......but i believe that we as citizens can be the most effective to control inflation........
1) Stop using Car & Bike until very necessary......if everyone in the country does that, the prices of fuel would automatically come down. And as we know, fuel prices are d most dominant reason for inflation.
2) Start using products manufactured only in India. We knowingly or unknowingly use a lot of foreign products (from Colgate to Lifebuoy to Pepsi to Samsung). We should stop this. This would result in lesser outflow of cash from our country and also help the growth of local industry.
Only these two simple things, if followed by majority of citizens can easily bring down inflation and also contribute in the nation's progress.
Answered by ashish kumar, 26 Aug '13 11:19 pm

 
  
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By more conductive to investors, infra projects, reviving SEZs as per original promise, promoting manufacturing sectors rather than just being a back office for western countries which are mostly policy driven, imposing countervailing duties on Chinese products, stop the 10% project hafta, discourage the NGOs and activists who hamper the projects, tighten the project loan criteria, support state utility projects, stop subsidies and free power as in case of petrol & diesel and rather provide them the subsidised solar power systems, cancel licenses in case of power thefts, promote the irrigation projects and control water discharge to sea, do n't experiment nonsensee bills like food security, stop commodity trading, develop supply-chain infra for food & commodities, stop all kind of freebies.....
It is not ppl. or govt. know all these, but the vested interest of ppl. in power and obsession of voters stopping the policy to go in right direction.
None of the above appears to be burden on ...more
Answered by MAdhavan Avadhany, 26 Aug '13 09:05 pm

 
  
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Reduce bank loans interest
Increase fd interest
Attact people for investment
Answered by sigma, 26 Aug '13 08:53 pm

 
  
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All out steps be taken to recover black money, revolution in small scale industries and welcoming large scale industries side by side, agrarian reforms, income tax be imposed taking one family unit, giving education to all.
Answered by iqbal seth, 28 Aug '13 09:14 am

 
  
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Eat well and sleep well and dont waste any food grains. This way you can manage your budgets
Answered by Prateik Saxena, 26 Aug '13 08:53 pm

 
  
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