AP not so conducive for biz expansion, say industrialists

AP not so conducive for biz expansion, say industrialists
AP earned a poor 19th rank in perception of business climate
(AP లో అవినీతి భారీగా ఉంది అని 74% మంది అభిప్రాయ పడ్డారు
రెండు రోజుల క్రితం 21 రాష్ట్రాల్లో కేంద్ర ప్రభుత్వ సంస్థ National Council for Applied Economic Research (NCAER) జరిగిన సర్వే లో ఇండస్ట్రీ పెట్టడానికి అనువైన రాష్ట్రాల్లో AP కి 19 వ రాంక్ ఇచ్చింది )

Massive Corruption A Big Dampener, Says NCAER Study
In what could dent the image of Andhra Pradesh as a business-friendly destination, a research study by the National Council for Applied Economic Research (NCAER) says that industrialists in the state believe that the prevailing political atmosphere, labour conditions and available infrastructure are not conducive for expanding business operations.

As many as 60 per cent of the respondents, who participated in the survey, said they did not want to expand their business in the state in the next five years.

Notably, a majority of the respondents complained about rampant corruption in government. The survey categorised government-related problems, including corruption, as severe. More than 74.3 per cent of respondents said corruption was deep-rooted in the state while 17.1 per cent felt it is `moderate’.

Interestingly, the NCAER report goes contrary to the ease of doing business ranks announced by the Centre on Monday.

However, tax policies in AP were lauded by industrialists. More than 91 per cent of industrialists said AP was the best destination for investments because of favourable land acquisition policy.

The report analysed business and economic trends across the country two days ago. It said the state investment potential index (N-SIPI) addresses informational asymmetries among different states, by giving each state a single composite investment score, that gives a comprehensive measure of how the 21 states and one Union territory are positioned to attract investments.

AP earned a poor 19th rank in perception of business climate.



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2 responses to “AP not so conducive for biz expansion, say industrialists

  1. Veera

    రెండు రోజుల పాటు కోన‌సీమ‌లో మూడు నియోజ‌క‌వ‌ర్గాల‌లో తిరిగాను
    ప్ర‌భుత్వ తీరు మీద ప్ర‌జ‌ల్లో తీవ్ర వ్య‌తిరేక‌త ఉంది
    చంద్ర‌బాబు పాల‌న ఎలా ఉంది అని అడిగితే నూటికి 80 శాతం పూర్తిగా బాలేద‌ని చెబుతున్నారు,కార‌ణాలు మాత్రం చాలా ఉన్నాయి
    ముఖ్యంగా రైతులకిచ్చిన హామీలు నెర‌వేర్చ‌క‌పోవ‌డ‌మే అంటున్నారు
    -Va Sam

  2. Veera

    పవన్ సపోర్ట్ చేయడం వలన గత 30 ఏళ్ళల్లో ఎన్నడూ వేయనంతగా కాపులు టీడీపీకి ఓటేశారు.అందుకే కాపులు బలంగా ఉన్న ఏరియా లలో టీడీపీ స్వీప్ చేసింది, పవన్ ప్రచారం టీడీపీ కి లాభించింది-ప్రో నాగేశ్వర్
    Pawan Kalyan has several positives to put forth. He has not contested 2014 polls. But, he was instrumental in hoisting the NDA combine into power in Andhra Pradesh. It’s rather difficult and even meaningless to quantify the contribution of Pawan Kalyan to the victory of TDP-BJP combine in 2014. Yet, his role cannot be brushed aside.

    Pawan Kalyan’s campaign added more spice to the TDP-BJP crusade. It helped the combine to consolidate the vote in its favour. The fact that the YSR Congress lost the polls with only a slender margin reveals the significance of Pawan factor in the 2014 mandate. No single factor really generates a verdict. However, the importance of each factor cannot be ignored.

    The Pawan Kalyan support factor also contributed to the drift of Kapu voters towards the TDP-BJP combine. Thus, Kapus for the first time in three decades voted in such large numbers for the TDP. This is evident from the fact that TDP won overwhelmingly in the constituencies where Kapus are numerically strong, though it’s erroneous to construe Pawan phenomenon as Kapu resurgence as the popular film star has following across social and regional loyalties.

    -Prof Nageshwar ,”Decoding politic at Pawan Kalyan”,
    The Hans India, Nov 2, 2016

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