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  • 10 February, 2021

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Strategic Disinvestment Policy for Public Sector Enterprises

Strategic Disinvestment Policy for Public Sector Enterprises

  • The policy promised as part of the Atma Nirbhar Bharat package, states the government will exit all businesses in non-strategic sectors, with only a ‘bare minimum’ presence in four broad sectors.
  • These strategic sectors are — atomic energy, space and defence; transport and telecom; power, petroleum, coal and other minerals; and banking and financial services.
  • It will help the exchequer stop throwing good money after bad, and funnel it into more productive endeavours.

Source: TH


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