Impact of Government Policy on Capital Good- With Special Reference to Make In India

Bhupinder Kaur


Countries can potentially choose to import from wide varieties that are available in different sources and this choice has a bearing on their growth rates. A distinction between imported and domestically produced capital goods.Capital goods exerts a significant effect on the growth rates of per capita incomes; particularly in developing countries. Almost 80 percent of capital goods production in the world is concentrated in few countries. The capital goods industry has been witnessing a downturn for the past few years. The prime objective of this research paper is to examine the impact of importing or making capital goods in the home country.


capital goods; import; export; productivity; growth rate; make in India; use in India; investment.

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