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Uncertainty on Future Government Policies Reduces Firm Investment



(p. A6) A shoe factory owner, Rafeeque Ahmed, says he has put expansion plans on hold until he has more confidence about New Delhi's policy plans, particularly about minimum wages. The $16 million he was going to invest to boost his production capacity by 20% may now go to setting up facilities in Myanmar or Bangladesh.

"We are afraid to invest," because the government could suddenly change policies and thus our costs, he said.



For the full story, see:

Anant Vijay Kala. "Uncertainty Dulls India's Business Appetite." The Wall Street Journal (Tuesday, November 7, 2017): A6.

(Note: the online version of the story has the date November 6, 2017, and has the title "Apple's Market Cap Hits $1 Trillion.")






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