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Indian economic growth

Ranjit Kumar Sau

Indian economic growth

constraints and prospects.

by Ranjit Kumar Sau

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Published by Orient Longman in Calcutta .
Written in English


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  India’s growth and global heft crucially depends on its economic openness and willingness to provide a level playing field to foreign companies. Indians elated by projections of a .


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