By Alistair Scrutton NEW DELHI, Aug 29 (Reuters) - If the optimists are to be believed, India's huge anti-corruption protests may give impetus to a beleaguered government to push its reform process and help ailing economic growth and plummeting business confidence. If so, it comes not a moment too soon. Hit by high interest rates and policy paralysis, economic growth in April-June looks set to slow to its worst in six quarters [ID:nL4E7JQ1TN]. August business confidence by one leading ...
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