The full budget will come post-election, in July, when the new government is formed, but the interim budget has provided direction for the nation’s aspirations. It is now in the country’s interest to explore how to achieve growth.
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To regulate potential manipulation, the Government of India’s initiative is rather well placed. But, something which comes to mind with the GoI seeking public comments on the draft guidelines is Less Government, More Governance
By Ruben Banerjee
An experimental permission of dual usage – allowing transportation of passengers and freight – can pave the way for the future, helping urban mobility and augmenting incomes of auto drivers.
By V. Abhishek
The success of this year’s DEWG stems from members’ commitment to action-oriented outcomes, building on discussions from previous presidencies.
Since no less than 37 percent of Indians cannot read or write, adoption of digital infrastructure that allows them to capture verbal agreements can be a game changer.
By C-DEP Team
This Union Budget 2024 continued on the path to enabling increased allocation to digital infrastructure, including Digital Platform Infrastructure, thus ensuring that the Indian economy accelerates towards a lower cost, higher efficiency, competitive economy.
Cryptos are beginning to play a critical role in Web 3.0. Given the potential negative impact of crypto, it would perhaps be judicious to create a crypto SEZ in India to enable the development of talent and tapping of the Web 3.0 global market.
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