Nov. 14 - Tulsi Tanti, the chairman and managing director of Suzlon Energy, sits down with Chrystia Freeland to discuss the Anna Hazare movement in India, and why protests like this are not surprising in emerging economies.
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Thank you for getting the -- I think it's mechanism. From a science the -- story looks pretty spectacular. Growth you know at a mere 7% is -- disappointments. Hundreds of millions of people -- to that poverty. And -- I think he kind of has their protests cost a lot of people outside India by surprise. To be surprised when and and what -- -- mean. No we don't understand the any hemorrhaging economy. -- that it is -- 109 DO proceed so Topeka. It's that it's gospel mission peace. It's very difficult for any human gene -- me to bring the best. System of -- more than four they -- So visiting many zen micro and macro economic influence. We've create equivalence in the continues going team -- more gold we can -- far better than what we agree. So that is the office and and opportunities out of it wouldn't fit. So you politically historically significant and promote it like two -- -- policy to be yes 400 million population doesn't have access open. This is a basic human rights if you -- -- the sickening yankees is coming go home we can create a more system of jobs. Maybe days of our Rob Johnson doing the talent is not -- the team distance requirement. It's an -- mismatch statistics. Say it's a systematic. Changes to collect. And that is the division neatest thing and couple of -- you complained that he stumbled -- and systems. So that you can you do more stability and more disciplined. To try to couldn't. In India is not equipped to manage to Morgan's Illinois listened to you because it. And we should not expect more than 78% of GDP cooked in India because if we can ever to manage efficiently. -- cold systems that is why. -- it's it's really connect the women's.
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