India: transitioning to an absolute return story?

By Kunal Desai, Head of Indian Equities at Neptune  

Watch Kunal Desai, Manager of the Neptune India Fund, explain what he feels will be the driver of India’s shift from a story of relative outperformance to one of absolute returns.

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