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India’s Global Image: Overseas Investors Tired Of The Unbridled Corruption

This is one area where India really is an outlier in the Anglosphere.

So, if we leave the foreign investment in markets out of the big picture for now, then the answer is no, no foreign investor of the serious kind is very concerned about India’s macroeconomics at the moment. Cutting deficits and balancing budgets et al may be critical for Greece, but that’s not where the India story trips.

Politically, compared to what’s going on everywhere else in the world, from Syria to Hungary to US, the Indian government’s policies and politics aren’t spooking anyone much. It’s the Indian Parliament that is in a class apart when it comes to failing to perform.

They are going to have to do something about this eventually, or it’s going to become a drag on their growth.

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