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By Amar Nayak

Indian businesses have grown explosively over the past twenty years in view that India followed wholesale neo-liberal guidelines in 1991. Nayak attributes the growth of those Indian businesses and their multinational companies to the vendors' skill to manoeuvre and mold key brokers within the exterior setting instead of to the interior administration of the company.

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In summary, the asymmetric resource and network positions of large business houses in the specific conditions of India seem to have been the main engine that has powered their explosive growth. Fuelled by the initial resource position, the network position has been driving the conditions for growth which have been subsequently exploited by leveraging India-specific advantages. The interconnectedness of the various factors, viz. 1. The resource position feeds into the network position and vice versa and both grow over time, and this process perpetuates asymmetries in a given context.

Borrowing foreign exchange either for imports when unutilized domestic capacities exist or for parking the foreign exchange in the central bank and printing local currency where the interest rate of borrowing is higher than the lending rate is costly for the domestic economy. The third illusion is about the persistent demand to completely free the foreign exchange market in India, that is, that the rupee should be completely convertible and should not be pegged through the Reserve Bank of India; that removal of controls in the foreign exchange market would increase foreign investment in the country.

Contrary to the theoretical proposition that given the deficiencies in information gathering and market structure and the subsequent share prices becoming arbitrary and volatile, the corporate sector will not rely on the stock market but depend on internal sources or lending from the banks (Tirole 1991), firms in developing countries have behaved differently. Despite the weaker institutional mechanism of the stock market in India, Pal observes that market capitalization has risen significantly since the process of liberalization began around 1985.

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