Is disinvestment really that good for India or is a rethink in order?

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Manisha Yadav said:   1 decade ago
Disinvestment is good as it helps in listing of goverment enterprises on stock exchanges which will ultimately led to improvement in corporate goverance,higher disclosures levels which will bring transperency and accountability in functioning and adding market discipline to it.

Sanjay Akhouri said:   1 decade ago
Disinvestment in PSUs would be a necessary boon in the present day fiscal deficit crisis which will also eventually suck excess liquidity from the economy thus check inflation. Further, the country can also meet the CAD if partially opened to FDIs thus support the depreciating Rupee. This will also help in good corporate governance and answer ability to stakeholders at large.

Poonam said:   1 decade ago
Hi Friends, According to me disinvestment is really necessary for India. India is a developing country so it needs resources for their developing from other countries. Disinvestment really help to reduce this. Government Use money which they will get from disinvestment for country growth. Poor people will get the advantage from this. But government try to not disinvestment in necessary resources like Oil, Sugar etc.

Nitish said:   1 decade ago
Disinvestment is beneficial for us. In economic point of view it given opportunities to private sector to participate in it and also handle and controlled for healthy growing. In social point of view the investment of money in public sector is used for social development. So it helps to create development of human being and life standard.

Praful said:   2 years ago
Why it is going in loss. Is it not governments responsibility to improve as per market?

Disinvestment is the only option?

It will cause to increase the goods cost to necessarythings. Reducing government jobs. And giving more power to private firms to create worst employment policies.

Sailesh said:   1 decade ago
Disinvestment is good to improve effeciency and operational abilities of the firms. It will leave the Government to focus more on its core responsibilities of public welfare and safety.

N k meena said:   1 decade ago
To move economy from state economy to partially capitalistic economy is the part economic reform. Disinvestment is tools to provide autonomy in the economy that these effectively compete with international market standard and government burdon reduce in such a level that govt utilised the fund to mitigate fiscal deficit and added additional fund to plant development and critical areas.

Uttam kumar said:   1 decade ago
As i think if we understand the concept of disinvestment then definitely we will say we must do disinvestment.To understand clerly we take the example of insurence company, the money that we give as premium to them if they will not invest in other company then how they will generate profit.

Himanshu singh said:   1 decade ago
When disinvestment comes in a mind that obviously means the company or sector is going through losses because of competitors or some other aspects so it is better to divest than completely lost and make it useful in other beneficiary sectors.

Abhihek said:   1 decade ago
It is a brilliant initiative being taken by government of India.

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