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World Bank’s league table: India makes it to the top 100 nation for Ease of Doing Business

Bhaskar Chakravorti
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This article first appeared in the Indian Express. The views are of the author(s).

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Bhaskar Chakravorti

Non-Resident Senior Fellow - Brookings India

Senior Associate Dean of International Business & Finance - The Fletcher School, Tufts University

Founding Executive Director of the Institute for Business in the Global Context - The Fletcher School, Tufts University

Pop the champagne and pass the mithai — for it is, indeed, the epoch of belief, the season of light in the world’s largest democracy. After languishing in the World Bank’s league tables, India is, finally, getting its due: It has been admitted to the top 100 nation club for Ease of Doing Business. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is one giant step closer to fulfilling every Indian’s dream.

It is now time to plot the next big move — to break into the top 80 nations club. With all the hard work already behind us, this next step should be a piece of cake. Here is how.

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