Today’s fare: The march of the indirect tax regime and what India Inc is doing on environment, social and governance
A K Bhattacharya: After five years, it seems GST has begun to show sustained growth even as it has many weaknesses and policy challenges. Read Here
Amit Tandon: Companies will do what they need to. But it will be the regulations that will drive the ESG (environment, social, and governance) agenda. Read Here
The first edit says till Sebi’s probe of Adani Group is through, it would not be proper to say anything conclusive. The second edit is of the view Covid-like urgency must be shown in containing lumpy skin disease.
Best of BS Opinion: Fumes of failure, setting standards, and more
Best of BS Opinion: Laws and order, corporate battles of 2023, and more
Best of BS Opinion: Dumping ground, defending constitutional order, & more
Best of BS Opinion: Unintended consequences, green growth conundrum, & more
Best of BS Opinion: Tapping global trade, confirming compliance, and more
Best of BS Opinion: Boon and bane of AI, burden of proof, and more
Best of BS Opinion: Consolidation demands, outreach at Hiroshima & more
Best of BS Opinion: A sustainable growth rate, mystery of 20% TCS, and more
Best of BS Opinion: The PLI question, questions about ONDC, and more
Best of BS Opinion: A subpar record, National Innovation System, and more
The last time I saw someone on this stage (in Sydney) was Bruce Springsteen (in 2017), and he did not get the welcome that Prime Minister Modi has gotten. Prime Minister Modi is the Boss.
Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese