INTERVIEW-India main opposition says to push reforms, FDI


By Bappa Majumdar NEW DELHI, March 30 (Reuters) - India's main opposition party will speed up foreign investment projects in India if it wins a general election, with business hit by red tape, land protests and lack of government help, its party chief said. The measure is part of the Hindu-nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) election manifesto to be unveiled this week as the party and its allies battle against a left-of-centre Congress government weeks before an April/May general ...

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