By Anjali Prasad and Anirban Basu, BloombergNews IndiaThe Indian government is hoping a new government will lead to a turnaround of its economy and that a new era of growth is now possible, as the economy heads toward a milestone year of 7.7% growth for the first time since 2009.
But a new strategy is needed to tackle a host of problems, including the sharp decline in India’s manufacturing output.
That has left many companies in the country unable to pay their workers, and has left thousands of small businesses struggling to stay afloat.
And as India faces a looming debt crisis, it is seeking to attract foreign investment to fill the void, with some of its biggest overseas investors now considering investing in India.
In a bid to boost India’s business and manufacturing sector, the government has introduced a number of measures in the first quarter of 2017, including a new national debt of around $9 trillion and the issuance of bonds to finance government projects.
The government also announced a major plan to tackle corruption, which has long been a stumbling block to its economic growth.
The country is facing a debt crisis of at least $30 billion, with the government now taking on a huge amount of debt to try to help the economy through fiscal year 2021, when its budget is expected to be finalised.
But that does not mean that the new strategy to boost the economy has been successful.
A new strategy has to be put in place to tackle problems like corruption, said Jitendra Singh, a senior policy adviser to the finance ministry, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the matter is confidential.
The biggest problem is that the manufacturing sector has been in a slump for a long time.
We have a lot of problems that need to be addressed,” Singh said.
He said the government will focus on three priorities in the next few months, including ensuring that workers get better wages and better benefits.”
One is that we will make sure that our workforce is better protected from corruption,” he said.
The new strategy will also focus on ensuring that employees are paid more.
Singh said the new plan would focus on the three areas: Pay, Benefits and Workplace, which would include setting up an internal audit system for all government departments, and improving the governance of the public sector companies.”
It is very important to ensure that people are being paid the minimum wage, so that they can get the basic living wage.
They have to be getting the minimum, as well,” he added.
While the government is focusing on a number, including increasing wages, it will also make efforts to ensure the health and safety of employees, said Singh.
The measures are to ensure proper medical attention and safety for all employees, including those who are injured, injured during work or are on long-term leave, he said, adding that the government would provide health insurance to employees and give them a safety net.
In recent weeks, the Indian government has been looking at ways to make up for the shortfall in the manufacturing market. “
We are working to increase the minimum pay rate from current 8,000 rupees ($10) per month to 15,000-20,000 ($16-24) per day,” he explained.
In recent weeks, the Indian government has been looking at ways to make up for the shortfall in the manufacturing market.
The country has lost a record 6.7 million jobs since May 2014.
The latest jobless claims are expected to rise to 11.6 million this month.
The government has also proposed a tax on financial transactions that will be implemented in stages, with a levy on savings and other investments that are held abroad and used for personal use, as part of a plan to boost business and job creation.
The plan also seeks to improve the quality of life of the people by creating a system of universal healthcare.
Singh noted that the tax will be levied on foreign companies that make investments abroad, as they will not be able to take advantage of India’s tax system.
While Singh said that the plan was good and the plan is going in the right direction, it does not take into account the challenges facing small businesses, many of which rely on the informal sector to survive.
“There is a need for a mechanism for small businesses to be able sell their goods locally.
They are struggling,” he continued.”
The government should ensure that they get the minimum wages that they are owed.
But that is not enough.”
Singh said some small businesses may also have to pay the cost of health insurance, including maternity, parental and medical insurance, that is being offered to workers under the plan.
The tax, however, has been delayed, with officials stating it is too early to tell if the measure will be introduced in time for the fiscal year that starts on July 1.
The new strategy comes amid the economic slowdown, with inflationary pressures at record highs.
While many believe that the country will have another good year this year, others say the government