Govt easing compliances to exit business, data privacy, cyber security key: Piyush Goyal

Commerce and Trade Minister Piyush Goyal stated on Thursday that the government is seeking to reduce the compliance and regulatory burden on businesses so that they may operate, develop, and exit more easily amid green shoots of funding returning to India.

“There’s been huge growth in manufacturing investment of late. I can see the green shoots of investment coming back to India in a big way particularly private investment,” Goyal stated on the Global Unicorn Summit organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry.

While authorities funding has been ongoing, he stated the rising variety of imports aside from petroleum, is a “sure sign that domestic capex cycle will rekindle”.

“(We are) trying on our part to reduce the compliance and regulatory burden. Hoping it becomes easier to begin to operate, grow and if necessary, even exit, from businesses,” he stated.

The minister highlighted numerous challenges for India within the digital area.

“One pressing issue as we explore other markets and grow within India in digital space, is going to be cyber security and data privacy,” Goyal stated.

India’s shopper digital financial system is expected to grow eightfold by 2030, from $100 billion to $800 billion.

“How do we ensure that the enormous data collected by all these Ubers, Swiggys, Zomato, Ola, Paytm and all the others involved in this digital ecosystem is protected and safeguarded and adhere to privacy concerns, is going to be a matter of great interest,” Goyal stated, hoping the difficulty discovered critical consideration.

He claims that 95 unicorns have formed in India in the last 4-5 years, but that the pace is picking up, and that 10X growth is “quite possible” in the next eight years.

Using the instance of electric vehicles that received a boost when gasoline was scarce,

With gasoline prices on the rise, the minister noted that Indian entrepreneurs can provide novel choices to reduce use of petroleum products while increasing efficiency.

He also indicated that the federal government would like to support local knowledge.


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