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India's new corporate chiefs are thinking bigger and more boldly

Speed of economic change will accommodate even their audacious plans of conquest

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Mukesh Ambani, chairman of Reliance Industries, in New Delhi: The group accounts for about 3.3% of India's GDP.   © Hindustan Times/Getty Images

Arvind Singhal is chairman of management consultancy Technopak Advisors in New Delhi.

A new business philosophy has been finding takers in India in recent years. Not content with grabbing a major share of a targeted market, practitioners of this new philosophy start with the audacious premise of seeking to grab virtually the entire market opportunity.

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