India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first goal has been to plug holes left by the last government (photo: dpa)

Reforms begin as Modi tackles India’s past failings

Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, has targeted corruption, trimmed spending and begun to restore foreign investors’ confidence in his first year. Most observers believe government investment is set to rise, but health and education remain largely untouched and the power sector needs further reforms. Mr Modi is embarking on a long-term agenda which could change the nature of governance in India. The coming year will be a better measure of his personal vision of the national economy.

INDIAN Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first year in office has received mixed reviews.

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 Pramit Pal Chaudhuri
Mr Modi is pursuing the creation of a nationwide goods and services tax which would end the patchwork of local and state tariffs which have helped stunt India’s manufacturing sector
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