Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Monday that the world was reluctant to deal with China in the wake of the coronavirus and called it a “great opportunity” for Indian industries.
“The global economic scenario is very favorable, the world is not very interested in dealing with China. It is therefore a great opportunity for Indian industries. It is a blessing in disguise. We can be more competitive, concerned about quality and take advantage of the situation, “said Gadkari during a speech on the webinar” Aatmanirbhar Bharat in New India “.
The minister said that the central government aims to increase gross domestic product (GDP), the growth rate of agriculture and the growth of village industry.
“The World Bank has improved our ease of doing business, but customs clearance, certificate and compliance procedures are very complicated. We are trying to make all systems digital. Our goal is to increase GDP, the growth rate agriculture and the growth of village industry, “he said. said.
The Minister of Road Transport and Highways informed that he had drawn up a plan to increase the revenues of the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) to Rs 1 lakh crores over the next five years.
“At NHAI, we now have an income of Rs 28,000 crores a year and my plan is to take Rs 1 lakh crores over the next five years. I am not entirely dependent on the government budget,” he said. .
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