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Temasek investments in India at $10 billion

It started investing outside Singapore in 2002-03

Rohit Sipahimalani, joint head of operations in India, Temasek
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Rohit Sipahimalani, joint head of operations in India, Temasek

Abhineet Kumar Mumbai
The Singapore government-owned investment company Temasek has touched the $10- billion investment mark in India, after 12 years of its operations.

“We have a record investment in India now and we are continuously looking to step it up,” said Rohit Sipahimalani, joint head for Temasek’s operation in India. The investment company is now sitting on the highest liquidity of $27 billion over the last five years in its $197 billion books, as it is finding the valuations stretched. “We want to step up more than even what we are doing in India now but it is really a function of the

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First Published: Jul 15 2017 | 1:09 AM IST

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