India’s deepening economic ties with Canada show Modi evolution is making progress, even if it isn’t perfect

Will India ever be the land of opportunity the international community hoped it might become when Narendra Modi — populist, economic reformer, global citizen — came to power in 2014? Certainly, in the first few years under Modi, optimism seemed merited. India opened up to more foreign direct investment; it worked towards a national sales tax, implementing it in 2017; Modi improved bankruptcy laws, and took on corruption and red tape in India’s infamously trenchant bureaucracy — changes that helped India outpace China in GDP growth every year since 2015. Read More


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