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India Economy: Reform – Liberalization (Part 3)
In July 1991, the Government of India officially decided to implement policy reforms towards liberalization of economy. This decision is a basic move and a turning point in the industrialization strategy as well as socio-economic development in India, which has been one of the factors creating momentum for Indian economy to take off faster and stronger in a more sustainable way. Thanks to this revolutionary and comprehensive reform towards liberalization, India's GDP has been increasing continuously since 1991, and this has changed the structure, picture as well as strength of its economy.

India Economy: Reform – Liberalization (Part 2)
n July 1991, the Government of India officially decided to implement policy reforms towards liberalization of economy. This decision is a basic move and a turning point in the industrialization strategy as well as socio-economic development in India, which has been one of the factors creating momentum for Indian economy to take off faster and stronger in a more sustainable way. Thanks to this revolutionary and comprehensive reform towards liberalization, India's GDP has been increasing continuously since 1991, and this has changed the structure, picture as well as strength of its economy.

India Economy: Reform – Liberalization (Part 1)
In July 1991, the Government of India officially decided to implement policy reforms towards liberalization of economy. This decision is a basic move and a turning point in the industrialization strategy as well as socio-economic development in India, which has been one of the factors creating momentum for Indian economy to take off faster and stronger in a more sustainable way. Thanks to this revolutionary and comprehensive reform towards liberalization, India's GDP has been increasing continuously since 1991, and this has changed the structure, picture as well as strength of its economy.

India eyes cleanup of 121 billion USD bad debt
India is considering setting up an independent panel to help state-owned banks negotiate settlements with big businesses on bad loans.

India rejects Apple's plan to import used iPhones
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India, France launch $1 trillion potential solar programme for developing countries
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Steel prices have fallen 27-30 percent in two years
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India banned import of milk, some mobile phones from China
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Iran can be reliable partner for India’s energy needs
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India, Iran to boost ties with focus on oil and trade sectors
According to VNA at South Asia, Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj arrived in Iran 16th April 2016 on a two-day visit to boost overall ties with a major focus on raising India’s oil imports and enhancing trade with Iran.