India still has to cover a huge distance on reforms, says Jaitley - Pioneer
In a bid to remove poverty and bridge infrastructure deficit in the country, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said India still has to cover a long distanceon reforms in the country. “Though there is no finishing line for reforms, India still has to cover a long distance so as to remove poverty and bridge infrastructure deficit.
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