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India must embrace foreign financing to meet investment needs

Clearing path for overseas bond buyers will support infrastructure and business

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A construction site in New Delhi: India needs investment to expand supplies of essentials, including food, shelter and infrastructure.   © AP

Trinh Nguyen is senior economist for emerging Asia at Natixis in Hong Kong.

India's rising population and rapid urbanization mean that the country needs to drastically improve its infrastructure to address woeful inadequacies in telecommunications, transport and energy.

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