The Investment Policy Changes In Developing Countries

The growth of the economy of the developing world seems to be undisturbed by the financial turbulence that has usurped the economy of most other parts of the world. The SENSEX which is like the barometer of the economy of these countries bears ready testimony to this observation. Since the economy of these countries is showing such great promise in such gloomy times, the who’s who of the finance world are keeping an eye on their SENSEX. These financial mega-minds were in for a complete shock when the Indian SENSEX made an appraisal of 400 in one day. Such pleasant surprises are nothing short of a shining star on a dark night. This occurrence has now brought the developing world’s economy straight into the eyes of the world. For all this, gratitude is due to a simple policy changes!
The Investment Policy Changes In Developing Countries
The various internal policies of the economic fronts have faced a couple of hitches which has brought many financial pundits to the conclusion that there is a need of a policy change. A policy change of the kind that would help boosts the developing world’s economy towards a brighter future. Disinvestment and the augmentation of the infrastructural expenditure are the two keywords that must be kept in mind while molding the new policies.
The reason why the infrastructure of any country needs special financial care and investment is because no development will ever be possible without good infrastructure. Care also needs to be given to the rural economy. This is because it is the rural economy where the germs of development are always getting restless to come into action and show its colors. All the pending projects designed for India’s development must be worked upon and completed within strict pre-determined time frames.
There is hope that unprecedented success of the developing countries might be within the realm of possibility!