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When did you last hear an industry leader stand up to the government? Rahul Bajaj recently lived up to his reputation as a perennial anti-establishment industry leader when he suggested before Union Home Minister Amit Shah and his colleagues Nirmala Sitharaman and Piyush Goyal that the government didn’t really appreciate criticism. Shah responded to the barb at the event. Sitharaman later presented an elaborate defence of the government. Some issues that have exercises the industry leaders in the recent past include tax terrorism. But is there an atmosphere of fear in the country where people are afraid to speak out? We beg to differ. Having said that, it’s time that the government engaged with industry and addressed their concerns. The government can very well argue that the Finance Minister has been routinely holding confabulations with the industry representatives across the country. Probably more needs to be done. This adds to the pressure on the government which is already preoccupied with fighting a slowdown that appears to be getting worse every quarter. some respite. We then put it on the first cover in this issue of BW Businessworld — Can the new year bring cheer to the auto majors? We have another interesting story as the second cover. Sony India completes 25 years of its presence in India. Many older readers can very well relate to the Sony Walkman and other products they grew up with. With its focus on the premium segment, there is a fear, Ashwani Mahajan has an interesting take on Global Swadeshi in Last Word. This issue of BW Businessworld comes with all other regular columns, features and sections. Do keep sending your feedback. Happy reading

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