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Vijay Sardana

Vijay Sardana is well known and experience corporate manager, speaker, writer, author, blogger, corporate trainer, well known TV panelist on economic policy, bio-economy, on issues impacting global and national trade and rural economy including food, agriculture and consumer issues, and business advisor on subjects related to economic policies, research and innovation management, consumers and business risk management, consumer-agri-food products and value chain development

Latest Articles By Vijay Sardana

Are Leading Credit Rating Agencies Manipulating Risk Assessment To Appease Clients?

Vijay Sardana

Regulators must come out with a better system to discourage conflict of interest between rating agencies and clients, the regulators or exchanges should pick the rating agencies and ask all the companies to submit the information as per given format which can be used for rating

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Direct Selling: A Consumer-Centric Industry And Seeking Effective Regulatory Regime

Vijay Sardana

The Direct Selling Industry must come forward for better compliance and self-regulation to unlock the potential of the industry, that is estimated to grow at the double-digit growth rate in coming years

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Why government is not releasing national Food Security Plan and Implementable Agriculture Policy?

Vijay Sardana

We have seen many good initiatives in all sectors and radical steps like demonetization in last one year. Budget also made lot of good announcements to please citizens after the shock of demonetization and before GST, which will very likely increase tax components of various services and products. One sector which is adding suffering to common man is food inflation, there is no mention of that in economic survey is about food security status of India. This year’s economic survey does not even mention about the progress made between last year and this year on various issues raised in last year’s economic survey.

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