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Saurabh Mukherjea
Since a fast-changing India will see many of its established businesses disrupted by smaller companies, returns from large caps are likely to be low |
India's political framework and recent government moves could result in an increase in the political influence of large corporates |
A weak economy, retrograde social milieu and lack of political leadership are ravaging North India |
The impending formalisation in the Indian economy will be expedited with the coming of goods-and-services tax |
Why India's family-owned businesses will have a tough time with succession planning and what investors should watch out for |
Why candidates with a criminal track record have a higher chance of winning elections in India |
As against the general perception that the economy is poised for a recovery, this year may again see tepid growth |
A short-term contraction in the GDP looks imminent after demonetisation. The long-term economic gains are not without conditions either |
While demonetisation is painful in the short term due to a shortage of new currency, it will boost the formal economy in the long run |
Though the Indian market looks overvalued, money can still be made in quality stocks over the long term |
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