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India has ~6.33 crore micro, small and medium enterprises. The number of registered SMBs grew 18.5% YoY to 25.13 lakh units in 2020, from 21.21 lakh units in 2019. As of 2020, registered SMBs were dominated by micro enterprises at 22.06 lakh units, over 18.70 lakh in 2019, while small enterprise units went up from 2.41 lakh to 2.95 lakh. Midsized businesses marginally increased from 9,403 units to 10,981 units in the same period.
SMBs and MSMEs currently employ >130 million people and contribute ~6.11% to the India’s manufacturing GDP, and 24.63% of the GDP from service activities as well as 33.4% of manufacturing output.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is unhappy with the bond market these days. Well, it hasn’t said so directly. A central bank rarely does. But a series of news reports across the business media suggests so.
The bond market wants the RBI to pay a higher yield on the government of India bonds it is currently issuing. The cost of the higher yield will have to be borne by the government of India, something that the RBI doesn’t want.
And this is where we have a problem. Government bonds are financial securities which pay an interest and are issued by the government in order to borrow money. A talk on RBI, Bond Market and our Nation Income to our MBA students.
Professor Manudeep discussed the difficult challenge India Economy faces today. Liberal loans, lower taxes, huge investments in Infrastructure has increased supply of money in the market. How everything is co-related and the difficult challenge of managing it.
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