Jobs and growth: a way out


A significant challenge facing the country is the lack of jobs and the relatively slow pace of economic growth. What we need is a new approach that addresses both of these issues. At this stage, we can have urbanization and real estate development as an engine for growth and job creation. Why and how?


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First published: Mon 08 Aug 2022. 23:36 IST

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