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India has potential for very rapid economic growth, says Bill Gates

IndiaTimes Sunday, 17 November 2019
India has the potential for "very rapid" economic growth over the next decade which will lift people out of poverty and allow the government to invest in health and education priorities in an "exciting way", Bill Gates said. He specifically complimented India's Aadhaar identity system and the country's performance in the financial services and pharma sectors.​
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