Government Intervention on India’s Business Environment Student’s Name Institution Affiliation Introduction A business environment plays a crucial role in its performance (Asher & Novosad 2015). It comprises both the internal and external environment of a business. Rather than aligning a company’s internal environment with its goals and objectives a business is obliged to scan the external environment and determine its profitability of carrying out operations. The external business environment for international enterprises involves factors such as political social environmental economic legal and technological environment ("International Business – An Overview" n.d.). India business environment is highly interfered by the government and this article discusses the government interference in the business environment in India. India’s Government Intervention in Business Governments intervene in operations of businesses with different motives ("International Business – An Overview" n.d.). One of the reasons for government intervention is protecting the local businesses from stiff competition that would foreign investors who later brought economic development in the country. The eradication of government restrictions to international companies has seen the Indian government reap significantly concerning economic growth. Foreign investors scan the business environment when making an investment decision. Given that India’s government has embraced the current development in globalization more foreign companies have established businesses in the country. References Arora N. (2012). Introduction To Retail Industry. Shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in. Retrieved 10 March 2018 from shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in Asher S. & Novosad P. (2015). Politics and Local Economic Growth: Evidence from India. Dartmouth.edu. Retrieved 10 March 2018 from dartmouth.edu International Business – An Overview. Pondiuni.edu.in. Retrieved 10 March 2018 from www.pondiuni.edu.in Kattookaran T. (2016). Business Environment. Universityofcalicut.info. Retrieved 10 March 2018 from www.universityofcalicut.info 2016.pdf Political and Legal Environment. Ebooks.narotama.ac.id. Retrieved 10 March 2018 from ebooks.narotama.ac.id ition) Stankevičiūtė E. Grunda R. & Bartkus E. (2012). Pursuing a cost leadership strategy and business sustainability objectives: Walmart Case Study. Ecoman.ktu.lt. Retrieved 7 March 2018 from http://www.ecoman.ktu.lt/index.php/Ekv/article/viewFile/2143/1666 [...]
After reading the case study on page 169 of your textbook, you'll answer the following questions: Describe the nature of government intervention in India. What is the likely effect on business activities? Why has the Indian government hindered the entry of Walmart, Carrefour, and other large retailers into the country? Describe how India's government is attempting to liberalize the nation's regulatory environment. Be sure to examine this week's Critical Thinking Assignment's questions from many different viewpoints. Your well-written paper should meet the following requirements: 4-6 pages in length Support your analysis by referencing and citing at least three scholarly sources in addition to embedding course material concepts and principles. The SEU Virtual Library is an excellent place to search for scholarly articles. Use Saudi Electronic University academic writing standards and APA style guidelines, citing references as appropriate. MINIMUM 3 REFERENCES.