(Repeats story issued late on Tuesday) * Singh defiant: reform will modernise technology * And bring access to cheaper food * Reform remains in limbo; opposition still strong By Nigam Prusty and Manoj Kumar NEW DELHI, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh rejected calls to reverse major retail market reforms, saying the entry of foreign supermarket giants would help modernise the $450 billion sector and fight stubbornly high inflation. The reforms have drawn ...
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