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China’s Dalian Wanda to pour $10bn into Indian projects

Published on July 13th, 2015

Dalian Wanda plans to invest $10bn in India over the next decade. Chairman Wang Jianlin met Indian prime minister Narenda Modi last month and said the firm would like to…

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