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A $1 Trillion Energy Opportunity The U.S. Can’t Afford To Miss

OilPrice.com Thursday, 20 June 2019
India is the fastest-growing energy market in the world as demand for energy on the subcontinent booms. On this, analysts are unanimous. They are also unanimous that the energy reform begun by PM Narendra Modi during his first term in office offers a host of lucrative opportunities for foreign energy and infrastructure companies. Now that Modi has won a second term, these opportunities remain. Yet a brewing tariff spat with the United States might end up closing some doors for U.S. companies. It all began with the U.S. refusing to exempt India…
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