NEW DELHI: A failure to implement reforms in India could hamper investment amid weak global growth, global ratings agency Moody’s Investors Services cautioned on Wednesday.
It said it was highly unlikely that major reforms would be enacted in the upper house of parliament where the ruling coalition is in a minority. The agency said despite overall supportive domestic conditions for the country’s companies, potential headwinds loom from a loss of reform momentum.
The Modi administration so far this year has been unable to enact legislation on key reforms, including a unified goods and services tax and the Land Acquisition Bill, it said.
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