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Rahul Jacob

Rahul Jacob: Mr Xi's Big Lie
Rahul Jacob

Does anyone really believe that the Chinese are going to invest $100 billion in India?

Andy Mukherjee

Andy Mukherjee: Neighbourly lessons
Andy Mukherjee

Xi Jinping can tell Narendra Modi how to prepare a country for a flood of foreign investment

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A K Bhattacharya: Time to worry about capex
A K Bhattacharya

The FM should channel savings from lower revenue expenditure to additional capital spending