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What India must do to bridge income inequality

How can ‘Good Capitalism’ bridge India’s inequality gap?

While the rise of the super rich as released in three reports of 2018 reflects a vibrant Indian economy where the spread of capitalism is unstoppable, we must work towards a more equitable and a “morally decent” form of progress and prosperity for all.

Public discourse

This narrative needs to be brought into public discourse, which has become a big talking point in the US too.

For example, what happens when behemoths turn ‘Too Big to Own’, even if they were once startups, but have grown in size and scale to become indispensable public utilities, like

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