MUMBAI – The Indian government says it has come up with a comprehensive package valued at Rs4.3 trillion ($88 billion) to revive the nation’s economy. As part of the plan, taxes will be cut and more money will be spent on promoting growth. The package includes Rs3 trillion ($62 billion) allocated for infrastructure investments. All funds are to be spent by the end of the fiscal year on March 31. The government and the Reserve Bank of India are increasing the liquidity of banks to shore ...

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