Chandrajit Banerjee

The writer is director general, CII

Articles By Chandrajit Banerjee

Ease of Doing Business: ‘With improvements set to continue, India creating investment climate to boost growth’

Going beyond the two cities of Delhi and Mumbai surveyed by the World Bank report, the Central government has involved states in the EoDB mission under the Business Reform Action Plan, now completing its fourth year.

PNB Incident: New tech and strong corporate governance needed to check frauds

Banks, especially public sector banks, require a systemic overhaul related to ownership, management, and regulation. PSBs’ gross NPAs have risen from 4.6% in March 2015 to 9.6% in March 2017.

Union Budget 2018, Expert Explains: Push for rural growth, MSME sector a step in the right direction

The MSME sector received relief with a cut in corporate tax rates, boost to online loan processing and linking TReDS with the GST Network.

Make in India in defence

For the first time procurement has been linked to production

Bridges across the Indian Ocean

India’s private sector can use institutional mechanisms to deepen ties with Africa

A closer partnership

Indian industry must seize the opportunities the PM’s visit to China promises to create.

Revisit and review

2013 law freezes land acquisition by imposing lengthy procedures and high costs.

‘CII for focus on economic revival, opening up job market’

An urgent need is to revive private sector investment.

The investment imperative

Simply allowing FDI will not be enough. A stable and predictable policy regime is essential

Law must have two faces

The land acquisition bill should address the concerns of affected families while considering industry affordability

Kabul calling

Delhi summit on Afghanistan placed private sector investment at the centre of reconstruction efforts

Rx: Growth boosters for the economy

This budget should put the economy on steroids by fixing the fisc

‘Non-inflationary,growth-inducing Budget need of the hour’

The key challenge for the Indian economy is that of intractable inflation. RBI has raised interest rates seven times and tightened liquidity to contain inflation.