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View: India needs to choose the economy it wants

The minister for heavy industries, who also looks after information and broadcasting, took to Twitter to announce that “the news that Toyota... will stop investing in India is incorrect.”
The minister for major industries, who also appears to be like immediately after information and broadcasting, took to Twitter to announce that “the news that Toyota… will end investing in India is incorrect.”

By Andy Mukherjee

Narendra Modi states, “Make in India.” Toyota Motor Corp. states, end managing cars as nevertheless they have been medications or alcohol. The Japanese carmaker has a place about the tax framework staying unviable for the industry, and Shekar Viswanathan, vice chairman of the India device, built it forcefully in an interview to Anurag Kotoky of Bloomberg Information. On the other hand, as an alternative of trying to tackle the precise problem about the significant sin levies on cars, the govt turned it into a public relations situation. The minister for major industries, who also appears to be like immediately after information and broadcasting, took to Twitter to announce that “the news that Toyota… will

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