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Recent govt reforms to help drive economic growth: Kumar Mangalam Birla

He said the new framework of asset reconstruction for example, the entire insolvency regime, will go a long way in solving the NPA problem both of banks and as corporates, which in any case, is looking much better.

February 28, 2021 / 08:43 AM IST
Kumar Mangalam Birla, Chairman of Aditya Birla Group

Kumar Mangalam Birla, Chairman of Aditya Birla Group

As the Indian economy entered into positive territory, Aditya Birla Group Chairman Kumar Mangalam Birla said the government has taken bold steps that will drive investment boom and help the country achieve GDP growth of 7-8 per cent.

"I'd say in fact that the plumbing has already been done. Economic reforms are needed to push us on to a higher growth train...steps like consolidation of labour laws into modern labour code, agricultural reforms to unshackle the farm sector that has an important role to play in our economy, a clear cut framework of announcement on privatisation, show palpable boldness and conviction from the government, which really is quite unprecedented," Birla said when asked what kind of reforms are required for India to reach an annual 7-8 per cent growth.

He said the new framework of asset reconstruction for example, the entire insolvency regime, will go a long way in solving the NPA problem both of banks and as corporates, which in any case, is looking much better.

"I'm very enthused by the ambitious national infrastructure pipeline, and the impact it will have to build crucial assets and physical capital. And I think on the back of that, there will be a virtuous cycle of an investment boom. And I see us, in fact, looking as a country at multi decadal growth," he said at a fireside chat on the second day of the three-day virtual Asia Economic Dialogue 2021, jointly convened by the Ministry of External Affairs and the Pune International Centre.