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30 years of economic reforms have yielded gains. But Modi govt must resist protectionism to realise growth

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The 30th anniversary of economic reforms is a good occasion to recall its gains and, more importantly, remind ourselves of the unfinished tasks. Modi government should push reforms in the financial sector and factor market reforms, privatisation of PSUs while resisting the trap of protectionism to realise India’s growth potential.

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