Narendra Modi govt has undertaken ‘big bang’ structural reforms: CII

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New Delhi | May 26, 2016 7:57 PM

As the Narendra Modi-led government completes two years in office, industry body CII today said the administration has initiated "big bang" structural reforms...

 industry body CII today said the administration has initiated "big bang" structural reforms like setting up NITI Aayog and devolving more power to states. (AP)industry body CII today said the administration has initiated “big bang” structural reforms like setting up NITI Aayog and devolving more power to states. (AP)

As the Narendra Modi-led government completes two years in office, industry body CII today said the administration has initiated “big bang” structural reforms like setting up NITI Aayog and devolving more power to states.

“In two years, the NDA government has strategically navigated the Indian economy to all-round stability. It has undertaken big bang structural reforms, including more power in the hands of states, establishment of NITI Aayog and empowerment of markets,” CII Director General Chandrajit Banerjee said.

“For investors, critical achievements of the government relate to inflation control, more public investment in infrastructure, social security, fiscal management and tax administration,” he added.

The strong emphasis on ease of doing business is delivering results, Banerjee said, pointing out to highest-ever inflow of FDI at USD 55 billion in 2015-16.

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