Recently the Economist Intelligence Unit stated that: "The general election that concluded on 13 May resulted in the formation of a new coalition Government that is stronger than was expected, and this outcome will provide a significant boost to India's political and economic prospects". Since the election, we have also had the formation of a new government and the union budget on 6 July. What does this all mean for British and European businesses and their advisers, especially lawyers?
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