Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi marks his first 100 days in office today, a period that offered high hopes for a pro-business administration.
"His election was indeed a time of great optimism, and I would say that not much has changed. A lot of that optimism continues to be," says Sruthijith KK, editor of Quartz India. "There is some concern that he hasn’t done enough, but there are enough indications that he is laying the groundworks slowly and steadily to be able to then leapfrog and do much bigger things."
KK says Modi plans to put a think tank in place to help figure out how the economy needs to be structured, and the different ways the states and central government can share revenues. However, that plan has not been established yet.
Listen to the full interview in the audio player above.