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The Ascent Of Man

He's always done exactly what the situation asked of him. Every which way. Updates

The Ascent Of Man
Jitender Gupta
The Ascent Of Man
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His book India's Export Trends and Prospects for Self-Sustained Growth is a blistering attack on the policies of the World Bank and IMF. Yet, one of his first acts as finance minister in 1991 was to take a $5 billion IMF loan.

Loyal soldier, honest administrator, cold-blooded pragmatist, efficient CEO willing to carry out whatever orders are given to him by his board...in a way, all these qualities make Singh perhaps the perfect man for an extraordinary task: a government to be run, a dozen agendas balanced, a resurgent party's vote base widened and a family's political supremacy re-established firmly.

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