AGRICULTURAL/RURAL ECONOMY : Contrary
to our general belief, Indian Economy (and our farmer) needs proportional support through
HIGH IMPORT DUTY ON IMPORT OF AGRO PRODUCTS to balance the unbalanced land distribution per person as
shown in the Table A and Table B.
EXPORTS: Low labor cost and low energy cost (i.e.
electricity, agro/petroleum fuels, mineral coal, etc.) are the two most important
parameters to make Indian Industrial Exports competitive in the global market, Labor cost
is already very low, while CUMULATIVE COST OF ENERGY IS VERY
HIGH, WHICH SHOULD BE MADE AVAILABLE AT VERY LOW INTERNATIONAL PRICES to make Indian Industrial Exports
competitive in the global market or LIBERATE THE ENTIRE ENERGY
SECTOR AGAINST "HIGH VALUE ADDED INDUSTRIAL EXPORT" OBLIGATIONS.
ENGINEERING : All Vital concepts of Financial Engineering
should be well integrated by INTRODUCING THE SERVICES OF EXPERTS IN FINANCIAL ENGINEERING.
TRADING CENTRE EFFECTS : We need to balance the unbalanced
effects of STRATEGIC
TRADING CENTRES like MAURITIUS, SWITZERLAND, ROTTERDAM (NETHERLANDS),
UAE, HONG KONG,
SINGAPORE, and many other key centres, e.g. Effects of
"Avoidance of DUAL TAX TREATIES " between India and some selected
countries need to be balanced by other FINANCIAL ENGINEERING