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What comes next for India's deeply scarred economy?

New reason to hope that things will finally start to get better

| India
Construction site of the Dwarka Expressway, pictured on Mar. 4: there is reason to hope.   © Hindustan Times/Getty Images

Henny Sender is a managing director at BlackRock in Hong Kong and a senior adviser to the BlackRock Investment Institute.

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