April 3, 2007Economy

How to think about Indian agriculture

Don’t rule out some solutions

This is an archived blog post from The Acorn.

Concluding a post on Indian agriculture, The Undergraduate Economist writes:

Agriculture is a sector which cannot be neglected as majority of the Indians depend on it for their livelihood. [TUE]

Now, how you frame the issue determines how you think about the problem, and what solutions you might arrive at. Here’s a better framing:

A majority of Indians, who depend on agriculture for livelihood, cannot be neglected.

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