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  • India is doomed

    The Indian economy will collapse, just like all capitalist economies. The fact is, capitalism is in a crisis, a crisis brought on by its own internal contradictions, which will be simply be alleviated by a reform there or regulation there. As long as India continues down the path of capitalism, India is doomed.

  • Indian Economy Collapse

    The Indian economy is in need of repair as the largest countries in the world. However, the Indians are knowledgeable about the causes of the economic turmoil. The gambling situation is getting the Indian economy balanced and on track to recovery as the other countries especially the western world economy.

  • Not "if" but "when"

    Worlds largest economy is ruled by a minister who never answers any one, responsible for deserting his own family, bringing down the GDP from 7 to 3% (with old formula) , religious riots, demonetization which almost wiped small scale industries etc. When we sum this up, we are close to a deadly meltdown.

  • Indian economy collapse but not instantly

    Measures which the government is taking or intent to take would fuel and excel the destruction of economy further. High fiscal deficit with collapsing private investment are the indicators which need to be addressed quickly. Turn around could be made if corruption, slow pace of decision making and non performing loan are dealt adequately.

  • Recession and turmoils does not see religion, it just strikes

    The drama is over, we have achhey din now, modi accomplished his goal of screwing up the country black and blue in every department...... What is left now for coming govt in 2019 is to think positive and repair and clean the filth spread by NDA govt.
    Super man sarkar has doomed and akso swalloqwd the country abd fortunes of millions of poor indians. MODIJI WHEN US YOYR NEXT OVERSEAS TOUR ON PEOPLES MONEY... PLZ BE HONEST IF YOU CANNOT JUST GIVE UP DONT SPOIL OUR HAED EARNED MONEY ON YOUR FUNDA OF TRYING TO LEARN HOW TO EUN A COUNTRY.. COUNTRY NEEDS PEOPLE LIKE MANMOHAN SINGH... PLEASEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSEEEE

  • Indian democracy and economy,

    Both are need reformers unlike that of Modi. They need Manmohan Singh like PM but with full exercising powers.
    Modi and his puppets are simply harvesting the crops sown by Manmohan Singh earlier in almost all of the current economic progress made during Modi's Ambani puppetism rule.

    India is in dire need of educated and experienced economists as politicians, just like our Honourable Manmohan Singh.

  • Very much likely!

    An economy with monstrous gap between rich and poor can't sustain for long. It will most certainly crumble . Chances of it being sooner are more than later. I wouldn't be surprised if Indian economy collapses within a decade. Inflation, Job Loss, Demonetisation, have been scarred the Indian economy beyond recuperation. To make matters worse, the sycophants are still siding with the pure evil at the core of power in the Indian democracy. Truth will come out eventually. But I guess it will be too late by then.

  • Very much likely!

    An economy with monstrous gap between rich and poor can't sustain for long. It will most certainly crumble . Chances of it being sooner are more than later. I wouldn't be surprised if Indian economy collapses within a decade. Inflation, Job Loss, Demonetisation, have been scarred the Indian economy beyond recuperation. To make matters worse, the sycophants are still siding with the pure evil at the core of power in the Indian democracy. Truth will come out eventually. But I guess it will be too late by then.

  • Very much likely!

    An economy with monstrous gap between rich and poor can't sustain for long. It will most certainly crumble . Chances of it being sooner are more than later. I wouldn't be surprised if Indian economy collapses within a decade. Inflation, Job Loss, Demonetisation, have been scarred the Indian economy beyond recuperation. To make matters worse, the sycophants are still siding with the pure evil at the core of power in the Indian democracy. Truth will come out eventually. But I guess it will be too late by then.

  • Very much likely!

    An economy with monstrous gap between rich and poor can't sustain for long. It will most certainly crumble . Chances of it being sooner are more than later. I wouldn't be surprised if Indian economy collapses within a decade. Inflation, Job Loss, Demonetisation, have been scarred the Indian economy beyond recuperation. To make matters worse, the sycophants are still siding with the pure evil at the core of power in the Indian democracy. Truth will come out eventually. But I guess it will be too late by then.

  • India Economy is strong enough to sustain this small temp. Jerk..

    That India will collapse is absurd. India's GDP per capital is only around $1,500 USD. That's low especially considering that India has some of the hardest workers and are getting more and more college graduates. India also has 1 other thing going for it.... It's population. India has one of the most youthful populations in the world, they work for cheap, and they are relatively skilled. India is following a Capitalist model which is a proved method for growth, just ask America/South Korea/Japan/The EU/Brazil/Etc etc.

    India has everything it needs to grow it's economy and it can't really fall any lower.

  • India won't collapse because they don't have very far they can fall

    To say that India will collapse is absurd. India's GDP per capita is only around $1,500 USD. That's low especially considering that India has some of the hardest workers and are getting more and more college graduates. India also has 1 other thing going for it.... It's population. India has one of the most youthful populations in the world, they work for cheap, and they are relatively skilled. India is following a Capitalist model which is a proven method for growth, just ask America/South Korea/Japan/The EU/Brazil/Etc etc.

    India has everything it needs to grow it's economy and it can't really fall any lower.


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