This week we continue on the topic of market liberalization. Last time I touched on the wider community’s impatience about India and the lack of progress in opening up the country’s legal market. I didn’t get to what would happen after/if the market was indeed liberalized. Would that open the floodgates? And what would happen after that? Is market liberalization the panacea for all of firms’ Asia problems?
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