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India's horrible year just got worse: it has fallen behind Bangladesh

To revive its economic fortunes, Delhi can learn a lot from its eastern neighbor

| India
Women work in a garment factory in Dhaka on May 3: there is something here to learn from.   © Reuters

Amit Jain is a Singapore-based consultant who helps clients navigate frontier markets and fragile states. He provides technical assistance and transaction advice on upstream projects.

This has been an embarrassing year for India.

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