Praveen Chakravarty, Senior Visiting Fellow at IDFC Institute interviews Rajiv Kumar, Vice-Chairman, NITI Aayog for BloombergQuint. In the interview the VC stresses the need to improve business and agriculture to make India globally competitive. On stimulating the economy, Kumar notes, "Stimulate investment demand through larger public capital expenditure such that there is vigorous crowding-in effect which I think will happen, given where we are." He also comments on India's export policy, bad loans plaguing the public sector banks, the interest rate trajectory etc.
Read the interview here.