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* Sheela, M. C., & **Kaveya, P.
*Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University College, Trivandrum, Kerala, India.
**Ph.D. Research Scholar, Department of Economics, University College, Trivandrum, Kerala, India.
On September 24, 2014, Prime Minister Mr.Narendra Modi announced the Make in India initiative. The program’s goals were to expand domestic manufacturing in India and draw foreign direct investment into the country’s economy. The Indian government considered this project to be urgently needed to lure entrepreneurs who were leaving the nation. Due to India’s poor rating for how easy it is to start and operate a business, it has been discovered that entrepreneurs relocate there to do business. The primary goal is to increase the manufacturing sector’s contribution to GDP to 25%.
make, india, analysis, business, economy.
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To cite this article
Sheela, M. C., & Kaveya, P. (2022). Make in India a Secondary Analysis. Sparkling International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Studies, 5(2), 12-22.