India on ‘brink’ of techno-institutional revolution: Ahluwalia

New Delhi, Feb 5 (PTI): India is on the “brink” of a techno- institutional revolution and integration of mobile apps, broadband connectivity and new banking systems will act as a big “differentiator” for the rural economy, especially for small farmers, renowned economist Montek Singh Ahluwalia said.
“In India, we are on the brink of a major techno- institutional revolution, where a number of things are coming together mobile phones, telecom and broadband interconnectivity to get into enough areas, regulatory changes being made in the banking system that allow a lot of news forms of banking to flourish,” Ahluwalia, the former deputy chairman of the erstwhile Planning Commission, told

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