The power to drive India forward

Greenberg, Gary
October 2013
Fundweb;10/16/2013, p22
Trade Publication
In this article the author focuses on the development of the informal sector in India. The author states that informal sector involves without formal employment or social security and it is unorganised, sub scale and with low levels of skill. The author further discusses progress made in informal sector, measures to increase the informal sector's access to proper infrastructure, technology, credit, and skills to improve their productivity and incomes.


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