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WEF India Economic Summit

Why the lights go out

Sunday, November 13, 2011 - 02:03

People expect economic growth, but the availability of fuel needed to make that happen, is not growing enough support that, says Ravi Sharma, chief executive of Adani Power. But there's one big obstacle in the way.

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We hear a lot about -- Indian economic miracle complained here when growth is only 7% that seems like a weak number. But if Howard doesn't work how is it possible link and how much of the break. Is energy in Indian group. And as you the -- on this you have that live look such warm up and disease. What do we imagine that -- -- to -- sick of being prostitute who according I think it's to protect. But what this are pretty clear and I think that this bit. I must say that the challenges. That might designing. Are expecting the -- and a policy that the fuel bought. Has not Batman taken care off. Because -- the policy that is going to -- -- that dispute healthy percent to 9%. It has to make sure that the fuel availability. Also. Is made available in the similar percent to. Unfortunately on that's sick of it didn't listen -- -- it would it have happened on the public admission cross mission and to some extent of the distributions it. This team hasn't happened on equal. -- mining. I would feel that some live at the moment has to move. And I'm sure that currently looking at the problems between -- on the -- involvement -- the analyzing that and trying to. And does that situation that unless this -- this. -- Off fuel on site and the on the undecided because of the financing. Of the distribution companies. Or -- structure. Remarked boy that's a bit flat.

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Why the lights go out

Sunday, November 13, 2011 - 02:03