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J Mulraj talks about the various possibilities in the forthcoming Union Budget and how the market would react to them.
J Mulraj talks about the consequences of too much money printing.
Erratic government decisions in the wake of macro turbulences is common across globe, says J Mulraj.
J Mulraj discusses the steps needed to free up the Indian economy.
J Mulraj talks about urbanisation, job creation and use of new technologies.
J Mulraj talks of issues that need new Government's urgent attention.
J Mulraj talks about the expectations of the electorate and the issues that the new Government first needs to tackle.
J Mulraj discusses the real challenges for elected government the after the initial euphoria dies down.
J Mulraj on why the current financial and economic system is not helping create enough jobs.
J Mulraj talks about the geopolitical risks associated with an escalation of the Crimean situation.
J Mulraj discusses the perils of interfering with the free market.
J Mulraj highlights some of the biggest chronic problems that are lingering over mankind today.
J Mulraj discusses the flawed policies dragging the Indian economy and the need for a Government that could offer solutions.
In this article, J Mulraj talks about the measures the new Government should promptly undertake.
J Mulraj wonders where the impetus for global economic growth can come from. India can be one of the countries that provide it, but with better governance.
J Mulraj talks about the wasted legacy of Manmohan's decadal misrule.
The article discusses the need for improvement in telecom infrastructure in a digital economy
Equity presents a perspective about the impact of bad governance on economic growth.
J Mulraj speaks about elite classes who have compromised ethics