India’s current government and finance scene includes an energetic, forward-thinking and pragmatic team. Kala Rao profiles the 10 key decision-makers.

When, against the odds, the Congress party triumphed in India’s national elections in May, the country’s stock market nosedived. Investors feared that state intervention and meddling would come back into fashion, interest rates would rise and prospects for economic growth would diminish. In short, India’s reform process would move quickly into reverse.

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