Comments on: Survey says doing business in India is tough http://blogs.reuters.com/india/2010/11/09/survey-says-doing-business-in-india-is-tough/ Perspectives on South Asian politics Thu, 02 Jun 2016 08:03:22 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: dreamguru http://blogs.reuters.com/india/2010/11/09/survey-says-doing-business-in-india-is-tough/comment-page-1/#comment-19749 Sun, 18 Mar 2012 19:38:56 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/india/?p=3933#comment-19749 I am a Indian and I am ashamed to call myself an Indian. I will tell u the reason . It is simple bcos almost the entire country has changed from being honest to dishonest. Almost the entire government,politicians are totally corrupt. But more danerous than this is the fact that ordinary Indians have turned themselves into cruel animals and are feeding of each other everyone has accepted corruption and bribery as a part and parcel of their lives,U look around u find corruption and bribery around u in this vast nation even private sector is also corrupt and people want to sleep tonight and wake up tomorrow morning extremely rich and people blink when u refuse to bribe the system and people think of you as crazy . time and again corrupt people are getting elected bcos the general electorate is corrupt and only a corrupt electorate can elect a corrupt representative. Almost all politicians are facing criminal or corruption cases and are bribing and getting out of them .In the current scenario I have no hope for india .
I feel that India is bound to crash and fail and it will crash not bcos of a outside country invading it.All investments into India will dry up when outsiders realize what a corrupt country India is. It will happen because of her own citizens greed for money and wealth and finally the India story will end in a very bad way , way with riots and revolutions occuring across the sub continent .People will realize that the current system can no longer deliver a proper standard of life . It will be on the lines of the French Revolution .
This scenario is not doubtful but a certainity . but the question is not if it will but the question is when. but when it happens it will really be huge and will bring about a change for good.

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By: npathak1 http://blogs.reuters.com/india/2010/11/09/survey-says-doing-business-in-india-is-tough/comment-page-1/#comment-16643 Tue, 28 Dec 2010 23:39:33 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/india/?p=3933#comment-16643 All the aspects that are necessary for a company for successfully doing Business in India are not covered in the report. Factor missing include security, macroeconomic stability, corruption, labor skills, the underlying strength of institutions or the quality of infrastructure, regulations specific to foreign investment.

Having said that, India as a country in itself is in transition and so are the tax and investment laws. New guidelines, policies, programs, and incentives for investment are been introduced into the system frequently. The challenge in this emerging economy is to timely figure out what opportunity to tap, when, where, & how. There is a considerable risk involved for players who do not understand how local markets operate in India. Even though the opportunities exist in almost every sector and for every size of the investor/business, timely identifying it and finding the right partner in India to execute has its own opportunity cost.

Navin Pathak
Senior Partner
Entry India, LLC
http://www.entryindia.com

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By: gurdeep http://blogs.reuters.com/india/2010/11/09/survey-says-doing-business-in-india-is-tough/comment-page-1/#comment-16262 Thu, 11 Nov 2010 15:35:19 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/india/?p=3933#comment-16262 India needs judicial fast track infrastructure to defeat red tape, babu protection and politician nexus with bureaucrats. It is not by accident with us it is by design.

Democracy thrives in an effective vigilant society where a referee is needed to dispense quick and honest legal decision. We have all the requirements, sufficient funds and legal experts but this easy exercise will not be done, which is more important than the infrastructure we are attempting to built with 50 billion dollars.

Those 600 billion with dollar and half per day income will not come to court on limousine but by foot. They are the most exploited and they need to be heard urgently.

Without good legal system there is no democracy worth the name. We have politicians on one side and the violent Naxalite on the other, in between the general masses.

The rich like any where in a bad system get all rules drawn up for their benefit. The red tape is for the common man. Work on statistic and learn, how many fast clearances were done and who were the parties in whose favour they were made, you will get the reality.

A good honest legal system will place most top notch corrupt …. you know where, so corruption is by design not by accident, OR EDUCATE ME WHY IN SIXTY YEARS THIS TOP MOST REQUIREMENT HAS NOT BEEN ADDRESSED.

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By: gurdeep http://blogs.reuters.com/india/2010/11/09/survey-says-doing-business-in-india-is-tough/comment-page-1/#comment-16260 Thu, 11 Nov 2010 15:32:22 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/india/?p=3933#comment-16260 India needs judicial fast track infrastructure to defeat red tape, babu protection and politician nexus with bureaucrats. It is not by accident with us it is by design.

Democracy thrives in an effective vigilant society where a referee is needed to dispense quick and honest legal decision. We have all the requirements, sufficient funds and legal experts but this easy exercise will not be done, which is more important than the infrastructure we are attempting to built with 50 billion dollars.

Those 600 billion with dollar and half per day income will not come to court on limousine but by foot. They are the most exploited and they need to be heard urgently.

Without good legal system there is no democracy worth the name. We have politicians on one side and the violent Naxalite on the other, in between the general masses.

The rich like any where in a bad system get all rules drawn up for their benefit. The red tape is for the common man. Work on statistic and learn, how many fast clearances were done and who were the parties in whose favour they were made, you will get the reality.

A good honest legal system will place most top notch corrupt …. you know where, so corruption is by design not by accident, OR EDUCATE ME WHY IN SIXTY YEARS THIS TOP MOST REQUIREMENT HAS NOT BEEN ADDRESS.

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