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India’s historical context has a direct bearing on its present, says Tony Khindria. Tony Khindria is senior partner of Lexindia and is the author of Foreign Direct Investment in India (Sweet & Maxwell). India is likely to be the most populous country in the world within a few decades. Like China, it represents one of […]

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