By Arup Roychoudhury NEW DELHI, Sept 1 (Reuters) - India's lawmakers have recently faced a surge of public anger and mass protests against corruption, and the coalition government's unwillingness to table a bill to attack it. While the ruling coalition and the opposition have reached a resolution on the issue, it has taken up most of the parliamentary session, and key reform bills are unlikely to be implemented anytime soon. RATINGS (Unchanged since August unless stated): S&P: ...
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