Learning Curves:ADB and Public Resource Management in India
Asian Development Bank | September 2007
After independence in 1947, the Government of India promoted public enterprises as the engine of economic growth. It applied controls on private sector participation, and on foreign trade and investment. Later, in the mid-1980s, economic liberalization, an expansionist fiscal stance, and a hike in public sector wages boosted growth from 3.5% to 5% per year.
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