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India’s Budget: Going Beyond The 2% Who Own Shares

By John Richardson

ANYBODY who invests in the Indian stock market might well regard today as a buying opportunity ahead of tomorrow’s announcement of India’s latest budget.

Or, of course, it might be an opportunity to go short if you …

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India’s Search For A New Growth Model

By John Richardson

THE great news is that China is moving towards a new, and potentially very effective, economic growth model.

Can we say the same for India?

The reason why I pose this question is because, since Narendra Modi …

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India: Less “Payback” For Pollution

By John Richardson

IF you are convinced of the accuracy of Indian government air-quality readings, then air pollution in Delhi is nowhere near as bad as that in Beijing – despite a New York Times report to the contrary.

Government …

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