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Land, labour reforms to push economic growth: 15th Finance Commission chairman N K Singh

Firstpost Friday, 17 May 2019 ()
Expressing concern over muted private investments, 15th Finance Commission chairman N K Singh on Friday said in order to push economic growth, the new government should take on the challenge of introducing reforms in areas including land and labour
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