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Take 15: India: Rediscovery and Investment Outlook

Lord Meghnad Desai discusses his "rediscovered" historical perspective on India as well as the Indian economy, capital markets, and its people going forward and the implications for investment professionals.

Will “Incredible India” Be Incredible Again in 2012?

To say that last year was annus horribilis for the Indian economy is an understatement. With inflation above 9%, the Reserve Bank of India raised key interest rates several times only to see GDP growth projections drop to the 6%–7% range. Nonetheless, a panel of financial executives felt sure that with a few policy tweaks the year 2012 will be better than 2011.

“India Does Not Need to Learn Capitalism from the West,” Says Lord Desai

At the second annual India Investment Conference in Mumbai earlier this month, Lord Meghnad Desai, emeritus professor of economics at the London School of Economics and Political Science, delivered an eloquent presentation on “The Rediscovered India and the Road Ahead.”



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