A fish vendor sits at his roadside stall in Lucknow, India, on September 12. Job creation will be an enormous challenge as India struggles to find normalcy again. Photo: AP A fish vendor sits at his roadside stall in Lucknow, India, on September 12. Job creation will be an enormous challenge as India struggles to find normalcy again. Photo: AP
A fish vendor sits at his roadside stall in Lucknow, India, on September 12. Job creation will be an enormous challenge as India struggles to find normalcy again. Photo: AP
Rupakjyoti Borah
Opinion

Opinion

Rupakjyoti Borah

Covid-19 is giving India a rare chance to remake its economy

  • Young micro-entrepreneurs are exploring new avenues as demand for e-commerce and online education grows. PPE production is also ramping up as supply lines shift from China
  • India must seize the initiative instead of trying to resuscitate the old agriculture-reliant economic model

A fish vendor sits at his roadside stall in Lucknow, India, on September 12. Job creation will be an enormous challenge as India struggles to find normalcy again. Photo: AP A fish vendor sits at his roadside stall in Lucknow, India, on September 12. Job creation will be an enormous challenge as India struggles to find normalcy again. Photo: AP
A fish vendor sits at his roadside stall in Lucknow, India, on September 12. Job creation will be an enormous challenge as India struggles to find normalcy again. Photo: AP
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