The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary : Abolishing FIPB: Red tape herring?

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The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary

Abolishing FIPB: Red tape herring?

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Nearly four months after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley promised in his Budget speech to abolish the Foreign Investment Promotion Board, the Union Cabinet has approved its ‘phasing out’. The FIPB was set up in the early 1990s as an inter-ministerial mechanism to vet investment proposals from abroad. The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion under the Commerce Ministry is now expected to formulate a standard operating procedure to process foreign direct investment applications in 11 sectors that are still not in the automatic FDI approval list. The department would have to be consulted by line ministries, which have been empowered to take ‘independent’ decisions on investments proposed in their domains. The government believes that once the Board is history, red-tapism will shrink, ease of doing business will improve and investors will find India more attractive. However, the decision is little more than a symbolic gesture. Over 90% of investment flowing in already does not require an FIPB nod as it comes in through the automatic route. And while the FIPB may have delayed clearances at times, the efficacy of this move will be determined by the ability of individual ministries (and sectoral regulators which may be involved in the ultimate decision) to exercise ‘discretionary’ powers without fear, favour or the cover provided by a collective decision-making body.

Bureaucrats are likely to remain cautious till the government carries out changes it has promised to the anti-corruption law to protect them from the wrath of auditors and investigative agencies for bona fide decisions taken in the line of duty. The trouble is that even where FDI limits have been raised significantly; there are riders and rules attached that officers need to interpret for each case. FDI inflows have surged to record highs after a lull in the UPA’s second innings, and long-awaited easing of FDI thresholds in certain sectors has been carried out. But cumbersome rules, not the FIPB, have been responsible for a less than enthusiastic response from foreign investors in some sectors. For instance, global insurers can hold up to 49% ownership in Indian ventures but only if Indians retain management and control over these entities — this is an onerous definition of control that has inhibited deal-making. Despite allowing 100% FDI in food retail, rules prohibit foreign players from using a small fraction of their shelf space for non-food items, affecting investment plans. This, in a sector that can create millions of jobs and boost farm incomes. On the other hand, archaic land acquisition and labour laws continue to make it difficult for large factories to come up. Looking ahead, the question on foreign investors’ minds is this: if a prime minister with a formidable parliamentary majority doesn’t remove such obstacles now, then when?

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Magical Vocabulary from The Hindu Editorial

    1. Shrink (Verb) कम करना : become or make smaller in size or amount; contract or cause to contract.

    Synonyms: drawback, recoil, back away, retreat, withdraw, cringe, cower, quai

    Example: I encouraged people not to shrink in fear and self-protection, but be unusually visionary and ethical.

    1. Discretionary’ (Adjective) विवेकाधीन : available for use at the discretion of the user.

    Synonyms: optional, voluntary, at one’s discretion, elective.

    Example: It’s the first time she’s used her discretionary power since taking over as Immigration Minister just over a month ago.

    1. Cautious (Adjective) सतर्क/ सावधान: (of a person) careful to avoid potential problems or dangers.

    Synonyms:    disused, unused, inoperative, nonfunctioning, unusable, obsolete, no longer existing.

    Example: Though defunct since 1997, many companies continued issuing them for some years later to be on the safe side.

    1. Wrath (Noun) कोप/ क्रोध: extreme anger (chiefly used for humorous or rhetorical effect).

    Synonyms:    anger, rage, fury, outrage, spleen, vexation, (high) dudgeon, crossness, displeasure.

    Example: I decided that if it was another telemarketer calling, they were going to get my wrath !

    1. Thresholds (Noun) चौखट: the magnitude or intensity that must be exceeded for a certain reaction, phenomenon, result, or condition to occur or be manifested.

    Synonyms: start, beginning, commencement, brink, verge, cusp, dawn, inception, day one, opening

    Example: nothing happens until the signal passes the threshold.

    1. Cumbersome (Adjective) बोझिल/ कष्टकर : large or heavy and therefore difficult to carry or use; unwieldy.

    Synonyms: unwieldy, unmanageable, awkward, clumsy, inconvenient, incommodious.

    Example: The process may be somewhat cumbersome , but it could avoid problems down the road.

    1. Enthusiastic (Adjective) उत्साहपूर्ण: having or showing intense and eager enjoyment, interest, or approval.

    Synonyms: eager, keen, avid, ardent, fervent, passionate, ebullient, zealous, vehement, excited.

    Example: He’s enthusiastic about the live show, but is also keen to raise his comedic profile again.

    1. Onerous (Adjective) कष्टदायक/ भारयुक्त: (of a task, duty, or responsibility) involving an amount of effort and difficulty that is oppressively burdensome.

    Synonyms: burdensome, arduous, strenuous, difficult, hard, severe, heavy, back-breaking, oppressive.

    Example: The applicant here obviously desires bail but the grant of bail, if the appeal fails, is fairly onerous .

    1. Felicitous (Adjective) परमसुखी/आनन्दमय: well-chosen or suited to the circumstances.

    Synonyms:    favorable, advantageous, good, pleasing

    Example:This makes it a happy hunting ground for anyone with the felicitous habit of looking at the lighter side of life..

    1. Archaic (Adjective) प्राचीन: very old or old-fashioned.

    Synonyms:  obsolete, out of date, old-fashioned, outmoded, behind the times, bygone.

    Example: The first two of these are from poems in the style of traditional song lyrics, and thus represent an archaic state of the language preserved in a local dialect.

    1. Inhibited (Adjective) मना करना: hinder, restrain, or prevent (an action or process).

    Synonyms:  impede, hinder, hamper, hold back, discourage, interfere with, obstruct, slow down, retard

    Example: Too much criticism can throw them off balance and make them inhibited or self-conscious.

    1. Formidable (Adjective) भयंकर/ डरावना/ विकट: inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, powerful, intense, or capable

    Synonyms:  intimidating, forbidding, daunting, disturbing, alarming, frightening, disquieting, brooding.

    Example: It was an emphatic victory and formidable testimony to his talent and determination.

 

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