Consistent economic slowdown, coupled with governance crisis, has not only shaken the business confidence in the country, but has given industry leaders enough reasons to label the UPA-II leadership as ‘inefficient’ and ‘corrupt’, according to the fourth part of the HT-MaRS Governance survey.
The 2009 recession, followed by a long-drawn out slowdown, coupled with scams tumbling out of the government’s closet one after the other, have unsurprisingly made traders in India pessimistic and dejected. Full coverage
Indians abroad rue lack of public services, socio-economic imbalances and are unable to agree on who should lead the next government, writes Paramita Ghosh.
As it heads into a general election after two non-stop terms, the UPA government’s standing with the public is sliding. Scams and perceived government indecision key reasons why a robust welfare agenda has had little impact on skeptical public.