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Why India's Cash Ban May Not Hurt Modi in Election

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News video: Why India's Cash Ban May Not Hurt Modi in ElectionJan.10 -- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s disruptive cash ban is unlikely to damage his party’s performance in upcoming state polls. In fact, it might even help. Bloomberg's Harsha Subramaniam has more on "Bloomberg Markets."

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