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Infrastructure drive likely to continue under Modi 3.0

The ramp-up in public capital expenditure in the last five years has helped to ease some of the bottlenecks that had previously acted as a constraint on India’s economy. Despite the Modi government’s weakened electoral mandate, there are good reasons to think that infrastructure investment will continue apace, setting the stage for strong medium-term GDP growth.

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