Rahul Gandhi vows to shift focus on to small and medium business if elected Rahul Gandhi spoke at The International Institute for Strategic Studies
Rahul Gandhi, leader of India‘s opposition Congress party, said he would seek to shift the focus of the country’s economic policy towards supporting small and medium-sized firms if he won power at an upcoming election. The fourth-generation politician of the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty spoke to reporters and academics in London, criticising prime minister Narendra Modi for concentrating economic support on big companies at the expense of job-creating smaller enterprises. Speaking ahead of an election due early next year, Gandhi used a broad question and answer session covering foreign policy toward neighbours China and Pakistan and even Brexit, to sketch out his approach…
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