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Published: January/February 2017      

Development proposals for ambitious India

After decades of neglect and underinvestment, New Delhi is recasting India’s bulk terminals at the centre of its industrial vision.

Narendra Modi’s administration has not been backward in its ambitions for India. As the reforming prime minister approaches his third year in office in May, there has been no shortage of initiatives to open the once closed, centrally controlled economy to foreign investment and private business. Although the Indian ‘elephant’ is not quite yet a ‘tiger’, the ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) can trumpet 7.5% growth, the fastest among the larger economies, and a reversal of an earlier slowdown. Development remains the watchword for Modi’s government as it renews efforts to overhaul the country’s patchy ports and transport system....


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