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Monday, May 31, 2004
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CMP: IMPLEMENTATION MAIN ISSUE
Govt. role as investment catalyst
The whole approach of the CMP of the new government does make economic sense but marks no major changes in sectoral policies. An advantage is the absence of financial constraints but major implementation issues will pose problems, according to the authors.
`Good intentions by themselves will not help'
The CMP of the new government at the Centre departs significantly from similar exercises in the past. It focuses on the priorities before the Government, rather than making a detailed narration of plans for various sectors of the economy.
`No major policy change likely'
THE COMMON Minimum Programme appearing in the papers today is a lengthy, generalised statement that does not commit the Government to any specific line of action. Let us take the three main issues on which much heat was generated during the ...
A different era for alternative energy
SALES OF solar power equipment are hot. Wind energy projects are sprouting up across the landscape. Methane that builds up in the decomposing garbage in landfills is being sold in growing quantities to generate power. Alternative energy - ...
WEEK IN FINANCIAL MARKETS
Fear of reforms slowdown
SELLING PRESSURE was conspicuous on the bourses throughout last week and as a result equities lost further ground towards the week-end. Sentiment was guided by disappointment over the announcement of the common minimum programme (CMP) by the new ...
Personal web-based Bookmark systems
THIS WEEK NetSpeak features a couple of bookmark systems that enable you to install a web-based bookmark manager on your personal web server or intranet. On-line bookmark managers help us file our favourite links on to the web so that they can ...
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