Kolkata is set to become one of 18 Indian megacities
Kolkata is set to become one of 18 Indian megacities

Urbanising India’s supply chain

25 November 2016

An expanding middle class, improved infrastructure and tax changes should make it easier to do business with the world’s fastest growing big economy.

The lives of Ritesh Agarwal and his generation are a useful index on how far India has come and what it may yet become.

He was born shortly after the launch of the worldwide web in a small town in a relative backwater of the country, when India was a largely...

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