Billionaire Jhunjhunwala ‘Bullish’ on India Stocks, Plans Budget Carrier

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Jul.28 — Billionaire investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, who’s known locally as India’s Warren Buffett, discusses the outlook for the country’s stock market, and his plan to start a low-cost airline. Jhunjhunwala last month said annual equity returns from Indian stocks will be about five percentage points on top of the economic growth of 7%-10% in coming years. He speaks during the “India Focus” segment on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.”

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