Restrictions on foreign spends erode Brand India

Any nation that restrains its citizens from investing or spending money overseas will face difficulty in becoming a superpower


Harsh Roongta

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Narayan, a successful Indian businessman and a leader in his industry trade association, recently shed light on India’s soft power, experienced first-hand during his international dealings. His anecdotes shed light
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First Published: Jun 04 2023 | 8:35 PM IST

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