The labour market has changed in India, and that is creating new challenges for businesses.
A few years ago, India was a highly competitive economy.
But the slowdown has hit its business, and it has become difficult for companies to attract talent.
Today, India has become an attractive place for business, but it has come with challenges, said Anupam Singh, managing director, Jio Group, which owns and operates online services like YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
“I don’t think the country will be able to attract the top talent.
It will be a difficult environment for startups,” said Mr. Singh.
The biggest challenge for Indian companies is that they have to invest in infrastructure.
The lack of infrastructure also means businesses have to do a lot of work on their own, and they have fewer employees to handle the tasks.”
If you build something now, and you have to wait till the next year, you are not going to get any business,” he said.
The lack of infrastructure also means businesses have to do a lot of work on their own, and they have fewer employees to handle the tasks.
The government is also making it harder to attract skilled people.
In 2015, the government said it was putting pressure on employers to increase the number of hours worked in order to attract more workers, and now it is trying to convince them to stay on and train more.
The government is asking companies to put more emphasis on training and skills development in its recruitment drives.
India has a population of almost 8.5 billion, and the country’s government expects to spend more than $1 trillion in 2017 on its economy.
The impact of the slowdown on businesses is not only in the country.
Indian consumers have been suffering from the effects of the government’s demonetization move and the impact on prices has been severe.
Many businesses have been struggling with rising food prices and have had to reduce hours to meet demand.
Many retailers are also facing difficulties in attracting customers and getting them to return.
Many people are trying to cut costs and move away from the traditional retailers.
Many people are also finding it hard to buy new things like electronics, especially when it comes to smartphones and tablets.
India has a low-tech economy and there are not many companies that can compete with the likes of Apple or Google, said Nandini Varma, an executive at HCL, adding that the government needs to focus on creating a market where companies can do business and create jobs.
The Indian government has been trying to bring in a number of policies to boost growth, like promoting rural development, creating a manufacturing base and encouraging investment.
The Narendra Modi government has also launched a national digital currency initiative, which has created a number a new startups in the process.