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Banking in transition Episode 70 : India’s pandemic economy

Ep. 70

Peter Born, chief representative in Mumbai for Commerzbank, speaks to The Banker’s Kimberley Long about how India has supported its SME segment through the pandemic, and the country’s decision to opt out of RCEP. 

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