Covid-19's supply chain reaction is set to leave India a winner

Making the shift further west

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David Cornell of the India Capital Growth fund
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David Cornell of the India Capital Growth fund

Thinkers are increasingly exercising grey matter on the cause and effects of large events that signal wholesale disruption to the status quo.

The Covid-19 pandemic and its second-order effects will be the subject of considerable analysis for years to come, but its impact on the status quo best encapsulated by the slogan "Made in China" is particularly...

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