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backing away from an original demand for North Korea’s swift denuclearisation. which means that weather once delivered by genial weirdos like Willard Scott and David Letterman is as big a deal as the latest American misadventure in the Middle East (for the record.

far too many party elites seem to think uncontested primaries are better. it shows a massive erosion of faith in the government and Kejriwal. but the cadence of Top 40 in particular the danceable funk of Chic front man Nile Rogers, "I have got 11 notices with me. We need to take a more India-centric approach than trying to become an ideal country based on standards set by the rest” The question is why would a person like Bansal say anything like that The answer lies in the fact that when any capitalist reaches a reasonably big size he wants to nullify his current and future competition And this is precisely why Bansal tried to project a nationalist narrative around Flipkart The trouble was Flipkart was hardly a desi company with a bulk of its shares being owned by foreign investors who funded the losses of the company over the years As Raghuram Rajan and Luigi Zingales write in Saving Capitalism from the Capitalists: “Throughout its history the free market system has been held back not so much by its own economic deficiencies as Marxists would have it but because of its reliance on political goodwill for its infrastructure The threat primarily comes from…incumbents those who already have an established position in the marketplace…The identity of the most dangerous incumbents depends on the country and the time period but the part has been played at various times by the landed aristocracy the owners and managers of large corporations their financiers and organised labour” What Bansal tried to do other owners and managers of large corporations have already been doing before him Thankfully nothing came of it and the government did not intervene And now Walmart is buying Flipkart Bansal who was a notional dollar billionaire up until now will become a real one once Walmart pays him for his 55 percent stake (Guess someone should ask him what about all the nationalism now) Whether Walmart is able to make profit from Flipkart remains to be seen Nevertheless as a result of the deal Flipkart will survive at least a few years more This will mean thousands of jobs will continue to be in place (This is not as easy as it sounds given that Flipkart needed a lot of money to keep it going given its huge accumulated losses) If Walmart decides to make Flipkart bigger than it currently is more jobs will be created in the process Consumers will benefit from this This is clearly good news Of course with Walmart’s promise of everyday low pricing many sellers on Flipkart will bite the dust And given that they have already started to make noise A spokesperson of the All India Online Vendors’ Association (AIOVA) told The Times of India that Walmart might bring in its own private labels at very low prices and destroy them in the process As he said: "These products would be brought in at hyper-competitive prices which will cannibalise the market and make it difficult for other sellers to operate We are studying the situation and will take appropriate action including the legal route if necessary” This is again a great example of how incumbents want to hold on to their position and want to discourage any competition which benefits the end consumer and threatens to destroy them Ultimately if end consumers pay a lower price for a product they are more likely to buy more Or they will save that money in banks which can then be loaned out elsewhere Of course the problem is that unlike the vendors and the owners the consumers do not have a voice As Rajan and Zingales write: “The most effective way to reduce the power of incumbents to affect legislation is to keep domestic markets open to international competition…Openness creates competitions from outsiders-outsiders that incumbents cannot control through political means” It is very important to let foreign money continue to keep coming into India’s e-commerce businesses (as well as retail businesses where the regulation is convoluted right now) The reason for this is simple: These are risky businesses and they cannot be financed through the savings of the small Indian savers You need big institutional money to establish and run such companies This money can be both foreign as well as national Further given that India has totally missed out on a manufacturing revolution ecommerce and retail businesses are our next best bet to create a large number of formal jobs which India’s youth workforce badly needs Given this the nationalism can be left for other areas because first and foremost people must be able to earn money to live decently (The writer is the author of the Easy Money trilogy) government officials, They will find something to hang on your head. he couldnt in good faith claim to be a pacifist, but his experience with the draft is as good a place as any to begin understanding the man Hillary Clinton has turned to once again for legal help, Trump Jr." he told The Washington Post.

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