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Multiple languages, religions and political views are some of the hurdles facing those doing business in India, according to experts at the May 10 Kellogg School India Business Conference. Other challenges include the country's often shoddy infrastructure and a massive dichotomy between urban up-and-comers and the rural poor, who constitute 70 percent of India's nearly 1.2 billion citizens. "When you have subsidies, you never have the real prices," Nath said. "The Indian farmer can compete with U.S. farmers, but he can't compete with the U.S. Treasury." "India is rising, but Bharat is waiting for the trickle to turn into a flood".
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