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Open markets across India basically refers to the operations which are carried by the central bank and is responsible for either increasing or decreasing the money supply. Different countries from all across the world try their level best to explore the opportunities in the open markets across India. Like for example, ZTE which is a very popular Chinese handset vendor recently launched the data cards in India. People all across the world consider India as a good open markets which would certainly give them profit in the long run.
India is basically developing at a rapid pace as an open markets economy. Also the Reserve Bank of India recently has made a decision in which it will be infusing many million dollars via the open markets in order to improve the liquidity conditions of the country. Open markets economy is the need of the hour. Open markets economy would certainly be very useful for the country.
The entrepreneurs actually can enjoy full freedom in this open markets, where there is no control of the government over the business as a matter of fact. The industrialists or the business people have the freedom of arranging their own finance from either the individual parties or if need be they also have the freedom of borrowing money from any financial organization. Once the businessman arranges the finances, he is then all set to roll out his business in the market and he will make sure that he works hard, so that his business runs in profit.
Nowadays in the Indian economy, the manufactures have a healthy competition with each other and ultimately all the goods and service are thus sold at a competitive price. The businessmen can work on their own terms and conditions, they are not answerable to anybody and they can even invest money wherever they think it will be profitable for them in the future, but in spite of all these facts they will certainly pay the applicable tax and then they can think of reinvesting the money in their business by actually keeping aside some funds which they might require in the crisis situations.