Opinion: India’s 2G resolution hinders more than helps

06 Feb 2012

The Supreme Court’s decision to revoke 122 mobile licenses is a bold move but not the right one. It will further erode confidence in India’s ability to manage corruption.

Arguably the biggest corruption scandal in the history of corporate India required a deep investigation and a nuanced response. Instead, the Supreme Court delivered quite the opposite. The court’s decision to revoke all 122 second generation (2G) mobile licenses awarded in 2008 by former telecommunications minister Andimuthu Raja ...

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