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During Bezos visit, India minister Piyush Goyal says Amazon's $1 billion investment is no big favour

Reuters India Thursday, 16 January 2020
Amazon hasn't done India any big favours by announcing a new $1 billion investment, its trade minister said on Thursday, laying bare tensions with the U.S. online retail giant during a visit to the country by its CEO Jeff Bezos.
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