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India Needs to be a Much More Progressive for Investment

MUMBAI, October 11, 2012 – Michael Silverstein, Abheek Singhi and Adi Godrej discuss the needs and wants of the consumers in India and China to enable Indian and multinational companies to operate and grow successfully in these countries. Moderated by Patrick Foulis, India Business Editor of The Economist. (10 mins., 40 sec.)

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