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Introducing Competition in Container Movement by Rail
Container movement by rail was a monopoly of Indian Railways (IR) until recently and its subsidiary, Container Corporation (CONCOR), was the sole operator of container trains. Entry of other entities has been driven by ...
Reform of the Fiscal and Subsidy Regime for the Petroleum Sector (Based on a Report Commissioned by the Petroleum Federation of India)
Problems in the oil sector emanate from the structure of central taxes and the system of subsidization through prices. Solutions to the problems necessarily have to address both tax and subsidy simultaneously. The social ...
The Question of Land and Infrastructure Development in India: Urgently Required Reforms for Fairness and Infrastructural Development
Land in India is problematic largely because of archaic and perverse provisions in the practice and the law. The new Land Acquisition Amendment Bill does go some way to correct the anti-democratic and imperial provisions ...
FDI Outflows from India: An Examination of the Underlying Economics, Policies, and their Impacts
This paper discusses the trends in India's outward FDI over the last decade and then attempts to identify the driving factors. The aim is to provide policy makers with insights regarding levers which would help in encouraging ...