In landmark reform for foreign fund, India to open $1 trn govt bond market

Policy makers have spent months preparing to join global indexes, key benchmarks that increasingly determine how large asset managers allocate their capital

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India is inching toward a major milestone: opening its $1 trillion government bond market to more international investors, one of the most ambitious attempts to attract foreign inflows since the

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First Published: Jan 21 2022 | 7:48 AM IST

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