by Aditi Khanna
It has been an eventful few weeks, which will undoubtedly go down in history as having changed the face of the world. Britain voted in a referendum to leave the European Union (EU), a result which sent shockwaves around the financial markets.
In this globalised and deeply inter-connected world, India was not immune to any of these shockwaves. However, as many of the country’s leaders were quick to point out, the economy’s fundamentals were strong enough to weather this storm. As the initial tremors from what has been described
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