Part II: After raising billions from investors, Reliance should invest in India's future
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Congratulations on your child. What a blessing!
Another epic masterpiece writing, really enjoyed it :)
However after reading both parts I can't help shaking an unsettling feeling. I find Jio/reliance so troubling and odd with selling such HUGE stakes in the company to the most aggressive and sorry to say predatory companies in the world ie. Facebook & Amazon..... Could you comment a little more on that?... I understand the no debt, working partnership and low risk of not fighting/competing with the other giants.....But Tencent and Softbank has never sold any stakes to their local competitors let alone the strongest and most valuable companies in the world.... Just wondering if you have more thoughts on Jio/Reliance's partnership/selling out stakes to foreign competitors.... Just find it so odd and unsettling....
many thanks the really interesting piece and agree that India will be a very different place over the next ten years. But for now among the India focused funds, is there one which you think offers the best returns and safety for foreign investors as direct investments as you point out are limited at best. Much appreciate all your efforts. best SC
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