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The idea of creating innovative products aimed at developing countries, and then moving them to the developed world, has been around for some time. Lately, several Indian firms have been using the same model to export unique service and business process models.
How companies are converting India’s power constraints into innovation, opportunity — and profits.
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Private charitable giving is up in India — but it still doesn’t hold a candle to the treasure amassed by the country’s “temple towns” and spiritual leaders.
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