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Indian Companies in an Open Economy

The deed is done and the clock cannot be put back. Competition has come into almost all sectors of Indian industry and will increase. It is making the economy more efficient in using resources. A new breed of entrepreneurs and new industries are emerging who are able to operate successfully in this changed environment. This process must accelerate. It is in the interest of the country's growth and competitiveness that the old companies which do not wish to change and reform themselves become extinct.



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