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Yerram Raju
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An Economist turned Management Consultant with multi-sector specialisation - Agriculture, SMEs, Banking - Commercial and Cooperative, Corporate Governance; Author of 14 books and the latest co-authored books: A Saint in the Board Room (2011); Risk management - The new accelerator (2013)
An Economist turned Management Consultant with multi-sector specialisation - Agriculture, SMEs, Banking - Commercial and Cooperative, Corporate Governance; Author of 14 books and the latest co-authored books: A Saint in the Board Room (2011); Risk management - The new accelerator (2013)

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On the 72nd Independence Day India can recall many pluses for growth push; but needs more reforms. Read Telangana Today and my blog.
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India Did Well: Needs More Reforms
The political
economy of India enters the 72nd Independence Day with a sense of
pride, no doubt, with the third largest economy of the world on an uptick of
7.5% growth rate. What is more, there is hope of consistency in such growth. GST,
a showpiece of coo...
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Reclassifying MSMEs
Turnover definition causes more confusion Definition of MSMEs - Contentious The outdated definitions of MSMEs are set to change. Union
Ministry of MSME introduced an Amendment to the MSME Development Act 2006 to
redefine the sector basing on annual turnover...
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Reclassifying MSMEs
Reclassifying MSMEs
thehindubusinessline.com
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The Financial Express
The Financial Express
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Time for third wave of banking reforms
1969 followed by 1980 were
considered as years of radical reform when 20 banks were nationalized. 80
percent of the banking sector was brought under the control of GoI with the
declared objective of ‘controlling the commanding heights of the economy’. Acces...
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Proportionate Regulation helps MSMEs
Huge
NPAs in corporate sector of the order exceeding Rs.10trillion and the
increasing credit outflow for MSMEs from the NBFCs, on the verge of taking away
the meat our of the portfolio have woken up the commercial banks to lend to
this sector more responsib...
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