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India's new government pledges to continue economic reforms - but investors worry a fractious coalition will be bad for business

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Will India's economic and high-tech boom continue? The country's GNP grew nearly 8 percent last year, and India seemed set to boast a trillion-dollar economy by 2010. But worries about its future set in virtually the moment election results were declared. This is because investors worry a fractious coalition will be bad for business.

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IEEE Spectrum  (Volume:41 ,  Issue: 7 )