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“No Permanent Pessimism On India”

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March 31: “Though the world believes that Indian economy has slowed, there is a wide-spread belief that India will catch up,” says, Sunil Kumar, Dean, University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business. Further, he adds, “Those unhappy with the incumbent government are more likely to turn up to vote.” According to Kumar, elections tend to reward past performance than vote for future. Watch as he tells Vivek Law that India Inc should be broadminded in sourcing talent.