December 21, 2012

India's Unfinished Journey

A. Gary Shilling, Bloomberg

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Even if the latest reforms succeed, India will need to do much more to acquire the efficiency, infrastructure, foreign direct investment, free markets and deregulated, corruption-free orientation that will allow the country to move from 5 percent annual real growth to higher sustainable gains.

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